Some Manchester City fans react as Ramos rejects Citizens move
Some Manchester City fans were reacting after a report claimed Sergio Ramos rejected a move to the club.
According to Goal, the defender chose to move to PSG over the Etihad Stadium. The Citizens offered the Spaniard a two-year contract and another three-year deal with New York City FC.
City signed Ruben Dias and Nathan Ake last summer as they bolstered their squad.
However, Aymeric Laporte could yet leave City during this transfer window. The Citizens have drawn up a three-man shortlist to replace the Spain international, should he leave.
TBR View: Manchester City right to reject Ramos move
Manchester City have been handed a lifeline after Ramos rejected a move to the club.
The last thing Pep Guardiola’s side should be doing is wasting money and squad space on needless transfers.
John Stones and Dias combined to form the league’s best defence last season. Meanwhile, the club have the likes of Ake and Laporte on the bench as backup.
This summer proves a crucial window for City. A raft of rival clubs are ready to challenge the Citizens for the Premier League title next season.
Chelsea showed their strength after they beat City in the Champions League final, while Manchester United have finally completed a move for Jadon Sancho. Liverpool will also be a threat after signing highly-rated ace Ibrahima Konate.
Ramos would be a great addition quality-wise, but a baffling move given the make-up of the City squad.
Here is how some City fans reacted…
why would you reject the biggest club in manchester— 𝙅𝙖𝙘𝙠 🇦🇷🏴 (@AgueroProp) July 8, 2021
he knows he'll be benched by the goat nathan aké https://t.co/9zszWh7To8— 𝐀𝐋𝐀𝐍 🇮🇹🇧🇷 (@alanrafa21) July 8, 2021
Dani alves part 2— Irfan (@Irfxnta) July 8, 2021
Ducking the PL just so no one sees hes finished💀— 🎩 (@isakmcfc) July 9, 2021
Praise the lord— IanWoods (@CitehVikings) July 8, 2021
100% fake news. Why would we even try to sign Ramos? Spanish media releasing fake news as per https://t.co/toZwRnb4hW— King Hart💙👑 (@HartOManchester) July 9, 2021