After the announcement of his departure from Real Madrid, Sergio Ramos is looking for a new challenge this summer. And the 35-year-old defender is expected to look abroad. Even if it is mentioned in the Spanish press, his return to Sevilla FC (his training club) would not be on the agenda.
Divorce was in the air, it is now registered. After sixteen years spent defending the colors of Real Madrid, Sergio Ramos is leaving. Club Merengue announced the departure of their iconic defender on Wednesday. Arrived in the summer of 2005, the 35-year-old taulier failed to reach an agreement with his leaders to extend his contract, which will end on June 30. He left the White House with 671 games on the clock (101 goals, 49 assists), four Champions Leagues, five Ligas, four Club Cups and two Spanish Cups.
To go where? This is the big question. With his aura, his grinta and his experience, Ramos has something to interest many big clubs. As long as they can meet their salary requirements. Even if the idea is mentioned in the Spanish press, the 2010 world champion should not return to Sevilla FC, where Real recruited him for 27 million euros.
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Ramos would chat with a club
According to journalist Fabrizio Romano, this comeback in Andalusia, in his native region, was never even an option for Sergio Ramos, who started his career as a right-back. The Spanish international (180 caps, 23 goals), not selected to play the Euro, would negotiate with another club, whose name has not been filtered. Manchester City, Manchester United or PSG are regularly cited to welcome him.