Left free after the end of his contract with Real Madrid, Sergio ramos will engage with PSG. But the former Merengues captain might not be the only big star who will leave La Liga for the capital club this summer.
Sergio Ramos expected in Paris for his medical visit
After sixteen years of good and loyal service, Sergio ramos officially left Real Madrid at the end of his contract on June 30. Looking for a new club for the rest of his career, the Spain international has struck a deal with Paris Saint-Germain. At 35, the central defender will join the Parisian club on the basis of a two-year contract, until June 2023, with a salary of 15 million euros per year.
Expected this Monday to pass his medical examination prior to the signing of his contract, the former emblematic captain of Real Madrid will finally disembark on Wednesday according to daily information. The team. After officially announcing the arrival of Achraf Hakimi, who came from Inter Milan against a check for 70 million euros (bonus included), Ramos should be the third flagship signing of Paris Saint-Germain in the coming days. However, the 2010 world champion could be followed in Paris by another big name in the Spanish championship. And not one of the least.
PSG mercato: PSG does not let go of Lionel Messi
Indeed, according to information from RMC Sport, Nasser Al-Khelaïfi continues to monitor the Lionel Messi file. The leaders of Paris Saint-Germain have already sent an offer deemed “irrefutable” to the seven-time Ballon d’Or and are now awaiting its response. If FC Barcelona still hopes to sign a new lease to its captain, the financial difficulties accentuated by the Covid-19 pandemic are blocking the momentum of Joan Laporta and the Barcelona management.
Especially that Javier Tebas has already warned that he would not change the regulations related to the capping of the payroll to help the club stuck in this big project. PSG is therefore patient and waiting for the right moment to recover Messi. Moreover, the Madrid newspaper AS confirms this trend and ensures that Messi’s arrival in Paris would put Real in orbit for Kylian Mbappé. After Sergio Ramos, Paris Saint-Germain could also snatch Messi from La Liga.