Manchester United have been told that they will have to cough up a whopping £65m if they want to sign iconic defender Sergio Ramos this summer, according to the Metro.
United have been heavily linked with a move for the 29-year-old in recent weeks as Real ramp up their interest in United shot stopper David de Gea.
But Real are also keen to hold on to Ramos, and have already knocked back a £35m bid from the Red Devils for his signature.
And though the free scoring defender is known to be keen to make a departure from the club he has spent the past decade with, Real are looking to price him out of a move away by slapping a £65m valuation on him, according to the Daily Mail.
Relations between the two clubs are now looking strained, as United have told Real that they will have to pay £35m to win the signature of goalkeeper David de Gea.