According to a media report, the Spanish defender will move to the top French club Paris Saint-Germain.
Spanish professional footballer Sergio Ramos is said to have signed with Paris Saint-Germain for two years after his contract with Real Madrid ended. The most well-informed French broadcaster RMC Sport reported this last Thursday. The central defender rejected offers from two English clubs. According to RMC Sport, his brother and advisor are currently in Paris to clarify the final details.
Meanwhile, there are also current pictures of Ramos from Paris. The official announcement is still pending.
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Ramos said goodbye two weeks ago in Madrid, where his contract officially ended on Wednesday. Real had not offered the central defender, who was recently injured and not nominated for the European Championships, a long-term contract. The player had moved from Sevilla FC to Real in 2005 and won 22 titles with Los Blancos.