Sergio Ramos left Real Madrid on a free transfer and is now considering his future possible destination amid every European heavyweight trying to sign one of the best centre-back of all time.
While every team will be willing to sign a player of Ramos’s calibre, although only a few clubs can afford Sergio Ramos’s salary.
Sergio Ramos, 35, has left Real Madrid, citing that he was not aware of the expiration date in the offer from Real Madrid and the expiration date came through before the two parties could come to an agreement.
While there are rumours suggesting that Pep Guardiola from Manchester City has tried to approach former Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos in an attempt to sign the Spaniard on a free transfer.
With reports suggesting that Aymeric Laporte is on his way to leave Manchester City, Sergio Ramos will be his perfect replacement.
Other possible destinations for Sergio Ramos are Manchester United and Paris Saint-Germain.
Manchester United could greatly use a player like Sergio Ramos in the defence lines as the defence hasn’t been as strong as necessary since the last 4 years. The addition of Ramos will greatly boost Manchester United’s defence next season. He could possibly form a partnership with the English centre back Harry Maguire.
Another possible destination for Ramos is Paris Saint-Germain. Ever since Thiago Silva has left PSG, they have been lacking experience in the defence. Therefore, the addition of Sergio Ramos could possibly be what Paris Saint-Germain need to overcome their difficulty in the UEFA Champions League.
Sergio Ramos has ruled out the option of return to Sevilla, so it is just a matter of time till we found out where the 4-time Champions League winner is on his way.