Real Madrid defender Sergio Ramos is supposedly certain to leave the Spanish champions at the end of the season.
The 100-goal centre-back's contract talks are yet to bear fruit with Los Blancos, and he now has less than six months to run on his current deal with Zinedine Zidane's side.
Manchester United and Paris Saint-Germain are both believed to be keeping a close eye on developments, and according to Spanish journalist Josep Pedrerol, there is "no way back" for Ramos at the Bernabeu.
Speaking to El Chiringuito, Pedrerol said: "Sergio Ramos is leaving Real Madrid. I don't think there's any possibility of him staying. There's no way back.
"Real Madrid believe it's a fact and believe that Ramos deserves to sign for whatever team he wants to earn one last big contract before finishing his career. In these circumstances, Real Madrid won't offer him more money."
Pedrerol also criticised Ramos for refusing a salary decrease as part of a new deal, saying: "It's a shame and I think Ramos is making a mistake. Make an effort. Take 10% less and sign for two years and then, if the financial situation improves, this can improve too."
Ramos is currently sidelined after undergoing surgery on a serious knee injury, but he is expected to return to the pitch before the season is over.