Friday, November 29, 2013

How Former Real Madrid Star Fernando Morientes Almost Joined Barcelona

Real Madrid Transfer Rumours: Blancos Reportedly Trying to Sell Sergio Ramos

There are <a href=agen bola terpercaya no comments yet. Get the conversation started by leaving the first comment' style='float:left;padding:5px' /> Morientes will be tweeting for @Heineken in conjunction with Goal throughout Real's tussle with the Turkish champion at the Santiago Bernabeu. So don't miss out on the opportunity to chat with one of the most decorated players in the history of the Champions League. Morientes, who had traveled to Monaco with Real for the UEFA Super Cup clash against Feyenoord, was told by Madrid official Emilio Butragueno that he would be included in the deadline day deal to sign Ronaldo, while his agent informed him he would be moving straight to Barcelona. For a few hours, El Moro thought he would be wearing Barca blaugrana the following season under Louis van Gaal. "I was sweating a lot that day," the forward said last year.

Currently third in the La Liga table with 34 points, Real Madrid has a buyout clause of 150 million on Ramos. However, according to De la Morena, Ramos told club presidentFlorentino Perez that there are several clubs interested in signing him, but that huge sum is too much. So, Perez reportedly admitted that 60 million would be enough for him to part with one of his captains. That price may not be enough to get everyone in the club on board. La Liga Action indicates that manager Carlo Ancelotti doesn't sound so keen on a future without his defender: Carlo Ancelotti: "Sergio Ramos will not leave, he is a very important player for us."

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