Sergio Ramos’ second season in Paris Saint-Germain has gone way better than his first; however, it might not be enough for the capital club to extend the veteran defender.
Ramos’ contract expires in June, and despite being a leader in the dressing room, RMC Sport reported on Monday, citing sources, that no proposal has been made to the Spanish international.
Among the club’s decision-makers, we await more guarantees on his performance. The next few months will therefore be vital for him to convince the French giants that they need to hand him an extension.
With the pending arrival of Inter Milan defender Milan Skriniar, if Ramos does stay with the Ligue 1 side, he will be moved down the depth chart and it will be something he’d need to accept.
The former Real Madrid captain is back in the fold with the Spain national team, so the veteran might want to stick around European football to prepare for the UEFA Euro 2024, which will alow him to say goodbye at the international level.