Morata has expressed his desire for more regular first-team football at Madrid, having completed the full 90 minutes on just five occasions as Los Blancos won the La Liga title last season.
Ramos is eager to see his compatriot stay in Madrid, but has wished Morata the best for whatever path he chooses.
"We'll see what happens with Morata. I wish him the best and he'll decide what will happen," he told reporters.
"I have a special affection for him and I always wish him the best. It is not up to me if he stays. I wish everyone stays."
Morata scored 20 goals for Madrid last season, helping the club to a league and Champions League double.