At the end of his contract with Real Madrid this summer, Sergio Ramos finally made the decision to extend for one season with the Merengues.
A time announced on the departure of Real Madrid, while his contract with the Merengues ends in two weeks, Sergio Ramos would have finally made the decision to extend. According to information from the Spanish media AS, the Madrid captain would have met his president Florentino Pérez last Friday in Valdebebas to discuss his future. And despite some differences between the two men, this meeting would have definitely sealed the decision of the 35-year-old defender, absent from Spain’s list for Euro 2020.
The Madrid club had offered a one-year contract to Sergio Ramos, as well as a 10% pay cut. This salary cut was offered to all players at the end of their contract at Real. Luka Modric and Lucas Vasquez consented to it. Ramos, he had so far not followed up, and preferred a two-year extension. But the Spaniard finally gave in to the ultimatum of Florentino Pérez, as the national press explained on Monday. AS even believes that the club will formalize the extension of its captain during the week.