Sergio Ramos has reportedly clarified his intentions as his contract with Paris Saint-Germain ends on June 30.
According to the information from Cadena SER (h/t Culture PSG), Ramos has another well-defined plan: Joining Sevilla FC this summer.
The seasoned defender likely desires to return to his boyhood club. Returning to Sevilla would bring his illustrious career full circle by donning the familiar red and white jersey again.
However, there’s a hurdle. The Spanish club’s manager José Luis Mendilibar has not yet taken action on possibly bringing Ramos back.
For now, the player’s future remains unclear. Whether Sevilla will offer him the opportunity to end his career where it all began is unknown.
Ramos, a revered figure in the footballing world, spent his formative years at Sevilla. The 37-year-old rose through the ranks of their youth academy before making his professional debut in 2004.
He then went on to achieve great domestic and international success during his iconic stint with Real Madrid. Ramos played 58 matches for PSG in all competitions during his two seasons in the French capital.