Sergio Ramos is set to join PSG on a two-year deal, pending medicals. But, the Real Madrid legend, who left the Spanish capital last month after 16 years at the club, had no shortage of suitors.

Bayern Munich and Manchester City were both keen on the veteran defender, but it was actually Manchester United who made the best offer to Sergio Ramos, according to the Daily Star. The Red Devils reportedly offered the 35-year-old a £10million deal or in other words, £200,000 per week.

However, the ultimate reason Ramos decided to snub United was the lack of solidity in the deal. They were offering just one year with an option for a second, but he was looking for a two-year contract. Paris showed up with that offer as Sergio Ramos is set to anchor Mauricio Pochettino’s backline next term alongside France international Presnel Kimpembe.

Ramos will actually be paid less with the Ligue 1 giants than Man United’s offer, but he clearly wanted validation in his future. PSG will probably be the team where the Spaniard finishes out his illustrious career, so he wants to make it count.

Despite missing out on Sergio Ramos, Manchester United is being heavily linked to Real Madrid center-back Raphael Varane, who would cost in the ballpark of £50 million. However, he is interested in a new challenge following the departure of Zinedine Zidane.