A big European club intervenes between Sergio Ramos and PSG, according to various media.
Sergio Ramos’ contract at Real Madrid is due to officially expire on Wednesday, June 30, and speculation is rife on his future landing point.
The 35-year-old defender has been playing at Real Madrid since 2005. But there seems to be no shortage of suitors for the Spain international.
European heavyweights Manchester City, Paris Saint-Germain and Bayern Munich have all approached Sergio Ramos about a possible transfer, ESPN reported.
Ramos, who will leave Madrid as a free agent this summer, would assess the interest of these three teams.
Family considerations are a big part of Ramos’ decision-making, as it is claimed that City could offer him a two-year contract.
But PSG remains a very attractive destination. Paris offers him to evolve in a competitive team, while benefiting from advantageous salary conditions. And the management in place does not intend to skimp on its means to attract this great international star.
It is therefore a three-way match between big continental teams that is looming for the 2010 world champion.
As a reminder, Sergio Ramos bade farewell to the Merengue last month during an impromptu press conference.
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