Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos could soon be looking for a new club in the coming months as the latest update on his future is that he is now ‘thinking’ of leaving Los Blancos.
Ramos has won five La Liga titles and four Champions League trophies since joining Real in 2005, as well as making over 660 appearances and scoring 100 goals, an incredible attacking output for a defender.
But the 34-year-old is out of contract at the end of this season and his future has been up in the air for months as he considers his options.
According to Spanish radio station Onda Cerro, Ramos is at least now thinking about the possibility of a new challenge at a new club in the twilight of his career and was described as an ‘interesting offer’ from the European side. Is.
It is far from clear cut and it is said that Ramos could just as easily decide to sign new terms with Real. But the storyline that they want to leave has also arisen as it has been reported that the Bernabeu hierarchy will ask the players to take a pay cut.
As for Ramos, his next contract, be it with Real or someone else, could be the last proper contract of his career as he turns 35 in March.
Sergio Ramos ponders his future / Dennis Doyle / Getty Images
90min revealed last month that a number of Premier League clubs, including Manchester United, Chelsea and Tottenham, have expressed an interest in signing Ramos as a free agent should he decide to leave Real.
They have been in contact with Ramos’ representatives to establish their interest in seeking a deal if he is to be genuinely available. But so far caution has been exercised, and those clubs are yet to be convinced that he will actually hit the market. Manchester United were notably burned in their active pursuit of the Spain international in similar circumstances in 2015.
Paris Saint-Germain have also been linked, while interest from David Beckham’s MLS franchise Inter Miami, as well as potential opportunities in Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Japan.
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