Real Madrid will allow captain Sergio Ramos to leave this summer should ‘a strong economic proposal arrive’, report Marca.
Club president Florentino Perez confirmed reports earlier this week that the 33-year-old had requested to the club to be allowed to move to China on a free transfer.
However, whilst Perez ruled out that possibility it is said that they will allow the central defender to exit should a strong offer come in which would benefit the club.
There is said to be sufficient goodwill between the club and the player that should he want a change of the club, they will facilitate it within reason.
In this sense, Marca have likened his situation to that of Cristiano Ronaldo’s last summer – they will allow the player to leave if he desires and a strong offer comes their way.
Previous reports have claimed the central defender has interest from Manchester United and Paris Saint-Germain while he is now open to an exit from the Spanish capital.
Ramos has continually told both clubs that he had no interest in a move but was said to have had a change of heart and believes a change of club would benefit both him personally and Madrid.
The Spain international made 41 starts for the club this season but was among a number of underperforming players as Madrid endured a tough campaign.
The Spain captain has scored 84 goals for Madrid in 606 appearances across 14 years following a move from Sevilla and has won 163 caps for his nation.
Ramos has won 20 trophies at the club, including three La Liga titles and four Champions League crowns.