Cape Town - With his future up in the air, Sergio Ramos is expected to meet Real Madrid president Florentino Pérez during the China leg of the club's pre-season tour.
AS report that Perez wants to meet Ramos to discuss his future at the club after weeks of speculation.
Manchester United are unwavering in their pursuit of the centre-back who, after 10 season with the Madrid club, is willing to quit La Liga for the Premier League.
The Spanish newspaper reports that Ramos wants Real to listen to offers from the Reds Devils, who have bid as much as €60 million for the Spanish international.
Real Madrid have been unable to convince Manchester United to let David De Gea move back to Spain but with the reported rift between Ramos and the club widening, a De Gea/Ramos switch appears ever more likely.
The 29-year-old defender signed for Los Blancos as a teenager from Sevilla and has become a club legend. He has won 10 trophies and represented the team on 455 occasions.
The Real Madrid defender has 128 caps for Spain.