According to Mundo Deportivo, Sergio Ramos can freely negotiate with any club from January 1, 2023, when the mid-season transfer market opens. The 36-year-old midfielder’s contract is set to expire at the end of the season.
The source also confirmed that the former Real Madrid star has not received an extension offer from PSG. This makes His future in Paris becomes unpredictable.
Notably, Ramos did not have a self-renewal clause for another year when he signed with the reigning Ligue 1 champions two years ago. Ramos’ age could be an issue for PSG to consider. In March 2023, Ramos will turn 38.
Contrary to the indifference for Ramos, PSG is doing everything to keep Lionel Messi. Leo’s contract also expires on June 30, 2023. The two sides are said to have reached an agreement to extend before the 2022 World Cup. If nothing changes, the superstar born in 1987 will continue to stick with the Parc des Princes team at least until the end of the 2023/24 season.
However, the opportunity is not necessarily closed for Ramos. After the first season of continuously sitting out due to injury, the four-time Champions League winner is in the best shape. He made 20 appearances for PSG in all competitions, contributing 1 goal and 1 assist. Ramos has only been absent from 3 matches of the Paris capital club since the beginning of the season.
Not long ago, coach Carlo Ancelotti of Real said about his former student: “Ramos is still one of the best central defenders in the world. His experience and class is undisputed.”
However, Ramos did not have the opportunity to participate in the 2022 World Cup, which is said to be the last of his career. Ramos was named in the preliminary list of 36 players preparing for the World Cup by coach Luis Enrique. However, after that, the PSG midfielder was not included in the list of players to Qatar by the former Barca captain.
Ramos holds the record for the most appearances for Spain (180 matches). He scored 23 goals for the national team despite having a knack for being a central defender.
Xiaofeng | 19:02 12/28/2022