- Real Madrid signed Sergio Ramos from Sevilla in 2005.
Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos has finally decided to stay at the Santiago Bernabeu for another season, according to reports.
Sergio Ramos’ Real Madrid future has been the subject of much debate going into the transfer window. The Los Blancos skipper is in the final year of his contract, EKO HOT BLOG gathered.
According to Spanish publication AS, Real Madrid did offer Ramos two deals, only for the 35-year-old to turn them down.
However, Ramos has now made a complete U-turn on his Real Madrid future. The club captain is willing to stay for another year and is also prepared to take a 10% pay cut from his current wages of £312,000 per week.
Despite deciding to stay at Real Madrid, it looks like Los Blancos have already started to plan their future without the influential defender.
If Ramos doesn’t get a contract within the next month, the Spanish international will be forced to leave Real as a free agent.
One of the main reasons why Real Madrid is unwilling to offer their captain a new deal is the lengthy knee injury Ramos suffered in January.
Real Madrid president Florentino Pérez believes that due to playing few games last season, the time has come for Ramos to leave the club.
However, it looks like Sergio Ramos will have himself to blame for turning down two offers from Real Madrid before dramatically making a U-turn on his future.
“Sergio Ramos makes Real Madrid U-turn but his fate may already be sealed”
— Mirror Football (@MirrorFootball) June 9, 2021
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