Five-year contract with salary of seven million is ready for Ramos

Sergio Ramos transfer contract

Sergio Ramos has the opportunity to return to his former club Sevilla this summer. El Chiringuito reported on Friday that the 35-year-old defender of Real Madrid can sign a five-year contract with Luuk de Jong's club, with an annual salary of seven million euros. There is also the option to take up another position after his active career. Ramos played for Sevilla between 2003 and 2005 before signing with Real.

Ramos' contract situation at Real is surrounded by doubt. The Royal wants to continue the collaboration, which officially ends on June 30. Chairman Florentino Pérez, however, does not want to go beyond a one-season commitment, while Ramos prefers a contract until mid-2023. Pérez also wants the veteran to agree to a ten percent salary cut. In the Spanish media there are also stories that the defender is still willing to sign for a year, something that has not yet taken place.

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According to Marca , Ramos only needs to call Pérez to finalize the one-year deal. The experienced mandekker has also been linked with Chelsea and Paris Saint-Germain, among others, although both superpowers have not yet made an initial offer to him. There are also rumors of a possible adventure in the United States or the Middle East. However, it is questionable whether Ramos, who was not included in Spain's final European Championship selection, already wants to leave top football in Europe behind.

Carlo Ancelotti, recently appointed as Real's new coach, would like to keep Ramos for the club, it sounds like from Spain. The ball now seems to be in the player's court as far as his future at club level is concerned. Ramos has made 671 appearances for the top club from Madrid in the past sixteen years. In that period he won the Champions League no less than four times, while also winning the Spanish national title five times.

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