It’s now official: Sergio ramos will leave the real Madrid next June 30. Looking for a new central defender, PSG have already launched the offensive to attract the 35-year-old.
Real Madrid official press release for Sergio Ramos
Real Madrid CF communicate that “Thursday June 17 at 12:30 pm, will take place an institutional event of tribute and farewell to our captain Sergio Ramos, with the presence of our president Florentino Pérez. In the process, Sergio Ramos will appear before the media in a telematic press conference ”.
Arrived in 2005 from Sevilla FC and after having won everything under the Merengue jersey, Sergio ramos thus turns an important page in his career. After Cristiano Ronaldo in 2018, the Madrid club parted ways with another great symbol of its history of the past ten years. Discarded by Luis Henrique for theEuro 2020, the Spanish international will therefore now set about finding a new club for next season. And according to information from the Spanish press, Paris Saint-Germain has already taken action to try to recover the former teammate of Raphaël Varane.
PSG mercato: an interesting offer for Sergio Ramos
Obviously, Real Madrid and Carlo Ancelotti failed to convince Sergio ramos to continue the adventure, according to the terms of Florentino Pérez’s proposal. After eleven years of good and loyal service, the emblematic captain of the Madrid club will bid farewell to the Santiago Bernabeu this Thursday at 12:30 pm. According to information relayed by the newspaper Marca, even if he will not reveal the name of his next club today, Ramos already holds in his hands a “Interesting offer” of Paris Saint-Germain.
Moreover, the Madrid media specifies that the affair is even about to materialize between the vice-champion of France and the 2010 world champion. A trend confirmed by the Daily Mail which ensures that even if Manchester City, Manchester United and Sevilla FC are also positioned on this file, it is the PSG which holds the cord to take advantage of this enormous opportunity of the market. Case to be continued …