Ramos has notched 14 goals and six assists in 21 games across all competitions for Benfica this term. He consolidated his remarkable rise in Lisbon by scoring a hat-trick on his first World Cup start, as he replaced Cristiano Ronaldo in the starting XI in Portugal's 6-1 win over Switzerland.
CBS Sports' Ben Jacobs also revealed that Ramos almost joined PSG over the summer, and now has a release clause of €120 million.
He tweeted: "Portugal cruised into the World Cup quarter-finals after a scintillating 6-1 win over Switzerland. 21-year-old Gonçalo Ramos scored the World Cup's first hat-trick and his 18th goal for club and country this season.
"Ramos has a release clause of €120m and was drawing interest long before the World Cup. He almost joined PSG over the summer. Benfica wanted close to €45m & that price will be higher now. Several EPL clubs have looked, including Man United, Newcastle, Leeds, Wolves, Southampton and Forest."