Real Madrid central defender Sergio Ramos will have his contract expire at the end of the season. If negotiations remain at a standstill with Los Blancos, he could depart on a free transfer this summer.
Over the last few months, reports have linked Paris Saint-Germain to the Spain international, as the capital club would only have to worry about paying his wages and not a transfer fee.
Furthermore, with Marquinhos and Presnel Kimpembe being the only reliable central defenders, the capital club could use a veteran presence on the backline with several UEFA Champions League finals trophies under his belt.
After months of speculation, El Transistor reports that Les Parisiens have made a contract offer towards Ramos. The Spanish media outlet states that the potential deal is three years with an annual salary of €15-million.
Furthermore, the report states that Real Madrid doesn’t intend to match this offer, so it is in Ramos court. Take the better offer from PSG or take less and remain with Los Blancos.
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