A real icon at Real Madrid, Sergio ramos could finally say goodbye to the Santiago Bernabeu. Free from any contract on June 30, the Spanish central defender would strongly interest PSG for the summer transfer window. The father of the 35-year-old has come out of the silence to discuss his future.
Sergio Ramos, an inaccessible target for PSG?
Landed in the summer of 2005 from Sevilla FC against a check for 27 million euros, a record at the time for a hopeful player, Sergio ramos will no longer be linked to the reigning Spanish Champion at the end of the current season. Especially since no agreement is yet visible between the captain of Zidane’s team and its president Florentino Perez for an extension. And this despite the fact that the 2010 World Champion has never hidden his desire to end his career with the Merengues.
Asked by Golazo de Gol, José Ramos openly gave his opinion on the future of his son that Paris Saint-Germain would like to have in their ranks next season. And the father of the quadruple winner of the Champions League (2014, 2016, 2017 and 2018) hopes that he will continue in the white tunic.
“I hope my son will continue at Real Madrid. I know Sergio isn’t worried about his future now ”, said José Ramos. Sufficient to say that the two sides will find common ground in the days to come?
Huge differences between Real and Sergio Ramos?
In negotiations for months, Madrid management and Karim Benzema’s teammate still cannot agree on an extension. And according to information from the Spanish media ABC, Florentino Perez would have made it clear to the player that there would be no more discussions and that it was now up to him to make his decision regarding the rest of his career.
For good reason, the current 3rd in Liga does not intend to bid on his last offer of a year of contract with a 10% salary cut. Currently remunerated at 12 million euros per season, the former teammate of Cristiano Ronaldo will receive 10.8 million euros in the event of an agreement. Figures that do not seem to satisfy the darling of Madrid supporters.
It remains to be seen whether Paris SG will take advantage of this divergence to pull off a huge blow in the transfer market this summer.