Sergio Ramos’ contract with Real Madrid expires in just two weeks and the two parts involved haven’t reached an agreement to extend his deal with the club yet. Reports from Spain suggest that Ramos has changed his mind and is now willing to accept a single-year extension, with Diario AS reporting that Los Blancos will offer Ramos that very same deal after the center-back rejected Madrid’s last offer.
Real Madrid seem to have leverage, given that Ramos might not have quality offers to leave the club. However, Los Blancos are also in a somewhat tricky situation, given that Raphael Varane could also leave the club this summer, leaving the team in a tough spot if Ramos doesn’t extend his contract.
All things considered, it now seems that Ramos and Madrid will reach an agreement. The defender wanted a two-year extension and that’s something the club wasn’t willing to give him after spending the last half of the season out with injuries. Now, if Ramos can accept a single-year deal, it’s likely that the two sides reach an understanding which would keep the captain and club legend with the team at least for one more season.