The contract situation surrounding Sergio Ramos has been up in the air for months now, and there has been an update from Marca regarding the issue which sets a deadline as to when we will have an answer about whether he will stay or leave the club.
The Spanish publication has reported that Real Madrid, and in particular, President Florentino Perez hopes to tie down Sergio Ramos to the club for at least another year. The same report indicates that Madrid are offering him a one year deal with the option of extending it for another season if the club see it fit to do so.
A lot has been said regarding the situation between the two parties, but the fact that Ramos is holding out for two years while Real are offering him only one still stands, and remains unchanged. Moreover, there is also a disagreement regarding the salary situation which is also complicating matters for the renewal.
As talked about before, Paris Saint-Germain are the only club who have expressed any realistic interest in the centre-back whereas Ramos prioritises remaining loyal to the club that he captains. However, considering that he is a seasoned professional, Madrid must respect his standards and demands if they hope to have him stay at the club.
Should there be no agreement by the end of the month, we could finally be seeing Sergio Ramos don the shirt of a club apart from Real Madrid. Which, after 16 years as a Madrid player, seems unimaginable.