RAMOS WELCOMES UNITED INTEREST
Spain defender Sergio Ramos is flattered by reported interest from Manchester United and admitted he would "see what happens" following Euro 2008.
The Real Madrid defender was one of the cornerstones of the club's Primera Liga title defence last season and is a first-choice for national team coach Luis Aragones.
Although he stressed he was not angling for a move while his focus was on events in Austria and Switzerland, he was vague about his future following the summer showpiece.
When asked about United's interest on radio station Canal Sur, he said: "It is a good sign that big clubs are interested in me, but at the moment I am not considering anything.
"I have a good contract with Madrid and I am concentrating on the national team. When Euro 2008 finishes we will see what happens."
Ramos' agent Sergio Bravo did little to quell the speculation by claiming he has a good working relationship with the Old Trafford club.
He said: "It is true that on Monday I was in England.
"I have a good relationship with Manchester United. I sorted the transfer of (goalkeeper) Ricardo to the English club."
A deal could be delicate to broker, however, as United recently reported Madrid to FIFA over claims the Spanish giants have carried out a deliberate campaign to unsettle Portugal winger Cristiano Ronaldo.-SportingLife