Sergio Ramos’s future at Real Madrid is surrounded by question marks. According to Spanish AS, Paris Saint-Germain is monitoring the situation in Estadio Santiago Bernabéu.
Ramos has an expiring contract and may – if nothing changes – start talking with other clubs about a preliminary contract from the turn of the year. Real Madrid supporters, Zinedine Zidane and the player himself all want the same thing: a new contract so Ramos can finish his career with the club he won everything with.
Still, there is a big question mark behind Ramos’s Real Madrid stay. It has everything to do with the policy of The Royal: For several years now, the club no longer distributes multi-year contracts to players who are over thirty. An exception was made for Cristiano Ronaldo, who signed for three seasons four years ago at the age of 31.
The Ramos camp believes that Real should make an exception even now because of the meaning that the defender has had – and still has. PSG is closely monitoring the situation, AS adds. The French superpower would like to offer Ramos a three-year contract, for an annual salary of twenty million euros. That is eight million more than he now earns annually.