AS Roma manager, Jose Mourinho, wants Sergio Ramos to make a transfer move to the English Premier League, EPL, after he left Real Madrid.
Mourinho believes the ventera Spanish defender can cope with the physical demands of EPL.
Ramos officially left Real Madrid on Thursday after spending 16 years at Santiago Bernabeu.
The 35-year-old has attracted the interest of several big European clubs including Chelsea, Manchester United, PSG, Juventus and Manchester City.
“You look at Thiago Silva and he’s in a similar situation,” Mourinho told talkSPORT Breakfast.
“He didn’t stay in Paris when people expected him to.
“He came to Chelsea, signed for one season with an option for one more, he didn’t play every match, he had a couple of little muscular issues, but he gave great stability in big matches.
“You can imagine how much he helped the team to develop and his leadership. I believe [Sergio] Ramos is in a similar situation.
“He’s even more physical than Thiago [Silva] to cope with the Premier League demands. He is very good in the air.
“I’ve no doubts he can play with the intensity and demands of the Premier League.”