Arrived at the end of his engagement with Real Madrid, Sergio Ramos is announced in the viewfinder of PSG to succeed Thiago Silva. Taking advantage of the international break and the 2022 World Cup qualifiers, the Spanish center-back has made a statement about his future.
Sergio Ramos still in the dark
At 35, Sergio ramos could say goodbye to Real Madrid fans at the end of the current season. At the end of the contract, the protégé of Zinedine Zidane has still not initialed a new lease. And inevitably a few months before the opening of the summer transfer market, rumors are swelling more and more concerning the future of the former Sevilla FC player.
If his name has been linked to Paris Saint-Germain for several weeks already, the 2010 World Champion preferred to kick in touch, explaining that no significant progress has been made in his discussions with Madrid management regarding his possible extension.
“Regarding my future, I was already very clear the last time I spoke about it. I focus on my performances to play well, to give the best version of me … The future is a bit different, there is no news. When things happen, I’ll be the first to say it “, announced the former teammate of Cristiano Ronaldo at the microphone of Teledeporte, Wednesday evening, after the victory of Spain against Kosovo (3-1). A statement that sounds like good news for Paris SG?
PSG still on the move for Sergio Ramos?
After letting go Thiago silva Last summer, Paris SG would like to recruit a new central defender capable of taking the place of their former Brazilian captain and thus further enrich the workforce of Mauricio Pochettino. And while Ramos would require a contract of at least two years in Madrid and Florentino Pérez does not seem to agree, Nasser Al-Khelaïfi and Leonardo would like to take the opportunity to try to enlist Zidane’s protégé this summer, according to information from Todo Fichajes.
On Wednesday, the ABC media revealed that Madrid’s leaders would offer their legendary captain a year of contract with a 10% pay cut, from 12 million euros to 10.8 million euros annually. A proposal that would not be to the taste of number 4 of Real. If no agreement is still not found between the two parties, Paris SG could well have a card to play in this file.
To be continued…