Juventus and Paris Saint-Germain are reportedly keeping tabs on Sergio Ramos's contract situation at Real Madrid, with a view to a possible move at the end of the season.
The Los Blancos stalwart is currently due to be out of contract next summer and is only two months away from being able to open talks with foreign clubs over a free transfer.
Discussions over an extension to the 34-year-old's deal have so far come to nothing, meaning that as things stand he will end his 16-year association with Madrid in 2021.
Transfer expert Fabrizio Romano reports that two other European heavyweights are ready to swoop for the 175-time Spain international, with Juventus and PSG keeping close tabs on the situation.
Ramos is understood to want to extend his stay in the Spanish capital, but Madrid are expected to undergo a major overhaul of their squad next summer following an uncharacteristically frugal window this year.
The Los Blancos captain has played 655 times for Madrid and is just two short of reaching a century of goals for the club from defence.
Ramos has helped Madrid to five La Liga titles and four Champions Leagues during his time at the Bernabeu.