Manchester United have reportedly raised an improved bid in an attempt to sign Real Madrid superstar Sergio Ramos, according to The Express.

The Premier League giants have emerged as the most high-profile bidder for the 29-year-old defender, who is reportedly unhappy with his treatment at the Spanish capital and wanted to leave the club this summer.

The Red Devils initially made an offer Real Madrid £35.4 million, but it was rejected by the La Liga giants and now it appears that the English club are not ready to give up on their pursuit of the Spaniard though, as the report claims (quoted by The Metro) that they will now table their offer to a whopping £49.6m in order to lure Ramos at Old Trafford.

However, the newly appointed Real manager Rafael Benitez is hoping to see the defender to stay in Bernabeu.

Ramos has become a club legend since he joined the Los Blancos from Sevilla as a teenager, and has has won 10 trophies and represented the club on 455 occasions during his 10 glorious seasons at Madrid.

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