Sergio Ramos ‘agrees two-year contract with PSG after leaving Real Madrid on a free this summer’… with defender having ‘rejected two offers from Premier League clubs to join Mauricio Pochettino’s side’
- Sergio Ramos has agreed a two-year contract to join PSG this summer
- The defender left Real Madrid in June after 16 years with the LaLiga club
- The 35-year-old reportedly rejected two offers from the Premier League
- He will undergo a medical with Mauricio Pochettino’s side in the next few days
Sergio Ramos has reportedly accepted a two-year contract offer from Paris Saint-Germain after rejecting two offers from Premier League clubs.
The 35-year-old defender is a free agent after bidding an emotional farewell to Real Madrid last month after the Spanish club refused to give in to his contract demands.
But Ramos looks to be set to join Mauricio Pochettino’s side, according to RMC Sport. The French outlet report that the centre back’s brother has been in Paris to finalise a deal.
Sergio Ramos has reportedly accepted a two-year contract offer from Paris Saint-Germain
The defender will bring valuable experience to Mauricio Pochettino’s side next season
The report claims that Ramos rejected offers from two English clubs in favour of joining PSG, despite being offered a considerably higher wage by one of the teams.
The defender is expected to complete the move subject to a medical, which will take place in a couple of days.
PSG will have no issues paying the Spaniard’s hefty wages and will value his experience, especially in the Champions League.
The defender is set to undergo a medical with the French club in the next couple of days
The French club were finallists in 2020 but were beaten by Manchester City in the quarter-finals last season.
Ramos won the competition four times with Real, as well as picking up five LaLiga titles, two Copa del Reys, four FIFA Club World Cups, three UEFA Super Cups and five Spanish League Cups.
The defender spent 16 years at the Bernabeu and admitted he did not want to leave the club in a tearful press conference last month.
He admitted he had waited too long to accept Real contract offer because by the time he had decided he wanted to stay at the club, the deal had been taken off the table.
Ramos broke down in tears as he said goodbye to Real Madrid in a press conference last month
The Spaniard won 22 trophies during his 16 years with the LaLiga club, including four Champions Leagues
‘The offer was accepted but it had a use-by date’ said the former captain. ‘They informed us a week ago that the offer had run-out.
‘I don’t know why it had an expiry date. Maybe I interpreted it wrongly or I didn’t understand it but no one told me.’
Ramos was a surprise omission from Spain’s Euro 2020 squad this summer with former Barcelona boss Luis Enrique opting to pick Aymeric Laporte after the defender switched his allegiance from France.
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