Sergio Ramos Could be on His Way Back to Real Madrid After PSG Move
Sergio Ramos has been linked to the Saudi Arabian team Al-Nassr, and he will leave PSG when his current contract is up in June 2023. In this case, Real Madrid would also think about their former captain.
Sergio Ramos has gotten back to his old level for his second year with Paris Saint-Germain. He had a rough first year in Ligue 1 after leaving Real Madrid for free in the summer of 2021. Al Nassr is interested in the 36-year-old Spanish international player who has played well for his country and is ready to welcome him to their team if he decides to join.
Rudi Garcia’s team is almost done with the deal to buy Cristiano Ronaldo, and they want Ramos to get in touch with his old teammate. Also, there is a chance that N’Golo Kanté and Sergio Busquets will be on the team. But the player who won the World Cup in 2010 has other goals for the rest of his career, and his favourite club, Real Madrid, may be able to help him reach those goals.
Is Sergio Ramos on his way back to Real Madrid?
If Paris Saint-Germain had talked with some executives of Christophe Galtier’s staff, there would have been no attack on Sergio Ramos. Something that would probably already make the player’s agents angry. So, going back to Spain may be an option. However, before making such a decision, Real Madrid would have also talked to the brother and agent of their former captain. According to the most recent news from El Nacional, Florentino Pérez would have called René Ramos to let him know that the Spanish giants were still an option for his client.
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But the president of the Madrid club would have put a big catch on it: if Ramos came back, he might not play on the team coached by Carlo Ancelotti. Instead, he could join the club’s organisation chart and become an ambassador or a member of the board of directors. Mbappe’s teammate hasn’t thought about retiring yet, and he says he plans to keep playing for at least until 2024.