Real Madrid defender and captain Sergio Ramos has not extended his contract with the club yet and will be free to negotiate with other clubs in January unless Madrid find a way to secure that extension before the end of the year.
In this context, Paris Saint-Germain are ready to offer Sergio Ramos a three-year contract which would earn the defender €20 million per year, according to a report from AS. Real Madrid and Ramos seemed certain to reach some kind of agreement before January but Los Blancos are offering him a one-year extension which would not be enough for the defender, who wants to sign for at least two seasons, per that same report.
Ramos is 34 years old and that’s the reason why Madrid are not willing to offer him more than a single year, although the defender has been performing at a high level and leading the team’s defensive line lately. As a matter of fact, he’s still the team’s best defender, that being the main reason why most fans and reporters initially expected the club to give Ramos that two-year deal.
Sergio Ramos will talk to the Spanish media in Spain’s pre-match press conference today and Real Madrid president Florentino Perez will visit radio show El Larguero this night, so quotes from both sides about the matter should be expected.
A Young Ramos
What was Sergio Ramos like when Real Madrid first signed him from Sevilla? Matt Wiltse and Kiyan Sobhani discuss young Ramos, and his partnership with Fabio Cannavaro, among many other things. Full episode can be found here: https://www.managingmadrid.com/2020/11/16/21566716/managing-madrid-podcast-guti-partidazo-historical-segment-las-blancas-post-gamePosted by Managing Madrid on Monday, November 16, 2020