Real Madrid defender Sergio Ramos will see his contract expire on the 30th, and the 35-year-old is searching for a new club to continue his career. One of the first clubs to inquire about the possibility of signing Ramos is Paris Saint-Germain.
The capital club has expressed interest in Ramos. Last January, they inquired about signing him as a free agent. Romano adds that the soon-to-be Real Madrid defender will speak with his family to weigh his options and will choose his next club in the coming days.
“There is no signing or a definitive deal, but PSG were the first club to inquire about the possibility of signing him as a free player last January and have never stopped thinking about it,” Romano said.
Adding Ramos will provide another player with UEFA Champions League experience, understanding what it takes to climb that mountain and win the trophy that PSG desperately wants to win.
However, for ESPN’s Julian Laurens, a move to PSG wouldn’t make sense, and the French football journalist stated that a move to Manchester United is a better fit.
“The thing is. Manchester United need a center-half as a starter,” Laurens said. “They need an improvement on [Victor] Lindelof and [Harry] Maguire.”
“PSG already has Marquinhos and [Presnel] Kimpembe. So why would PSG spend so much money on a 35-year-old player who is going to be on the bench? There is no way he’s going to replace either of those.”
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