Cape Town - Real Madrid face the task of convincing defender Sergio Ramos that he is valued at the club amidst reports surfacing the 29-year-old defender wants to quit La Liga.
Ramos wants to leave Real Madrid after being poorly treated, reports AS.
Ramos was the subject of recent transfer speculation in arch-rivals Barcelona's presidential campaign where Jordi Majó vowed to sign defender.
When Real Madrid failed to address this talk, the 10-season veteran reportedly decided it was time to quit the club.
Manchester United, Manchester City or PSG have all been linked with a move to versatile defender. All three clubs are capable of matching Ramos' €6 million a year wage demands.
Ramos' current contract expires in June 2017.