Sergio Ramos could be set to sensationally leave Real Madrid in the summer due to his contract talks stalling.
Sergio Ramos Yet to Pen New Real Madrid Contract
Contract Offers on the Table to Sergio Ramos are Not Good Enough
Both AS and Sky Sports are reporting that the defender is not happy with the current offers that are on the table to keep him at the Spanish side and could instead leave the club at the end of the season.
With the 34-year-old out of contract in the summer, it means that Los Blancos are currently scrambling to try and tie the centre-back to a new deal at the club. However, with no new contract yet signed, the player can agree to join another club at the end of the campaign on a pre-contract agreement.
It means that the Spaniard could leave Real Madrid – the club he has been with since he was 19-years-old – for absolutely nothing.
Ramos Has Spoken to Real President Florentino Perez
The player himself has reportedly told the club’s president, Florentino Perez, that he is willing to look at offers from other teams and could agree to a move elsewhere this transfer window.
Despite being a defender, Ramos has netted 100 goals from 666 Real Madrid appearances, laying on a further 40 assists. He’s easily cemented himself as a club legend and has won countless titles and trophies with the side during his tenure.
Sergio Ramos Played for Sevilla Before Real Madrid
Ramos had a stint at Sevilla for two seasons before making the move to Madrid. Even for them, he was a solid player, featuring 38 times as a 17 and then 18-year-old.
However, with the club yet to lodge a decent offer for the Spaniard, it looks like he could soon be off to spend the last part of his career at a team that isn’t Real Madrid, despite spending over 15 years with the Spanish outfit.