New signings that bring Sergio Ramos closer to PSG

Sergio Ramos

Sergio Ramos will wear a different shirt from the Real Madrid shirt 16 years later. The Spanish central wants to play in a winning project to increase his salary, and PSG could be his next destination.

It was hard to imagine Sergio Ramos saying goodbye to Real Madrid after 16 years at the club. Still, the 35-year-old Spanish defender has decided to pack his bags. And as Timessports.co has learned, the camero's priority is Paris Saint-Germain.


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The French club is interested, even if they would like to avoid paying too much salary. Discussions between the two parties are still ongoing. One thing is certain, Sergio Ramos has taken the initiative to contact several PSG players, some he already knows like Keylor Navas, Pablo Sarabia, or Neymar. With others, he took the initiative to make contact via social networks. In addition, he had the Parisian sports director Leonardo on the phone.


Mauricio Pochettino is convinced

As revealed by ABC, and we can confirm it, it can be confirmed that Mauricio Pochettino is pushing to hire the Spain international. This does not mean that he is unhappy with the performance of Marquinhos and Kimpembe, the starters at the center-back position, but rather that he wants to have a third world-class central defender for his rotation or even install a 3- defense. defense if necessary. But the competition for the camero is there, and not just in England they asked about Ramos.


FC Porto In The Race

According to our information, the name of the defender is also on the agenda of FC Porto. Iker Casillas praises the merits of the goalkeeper club to his former teammate. Like Pepe, with whom the Spanish legend also played for Real Madrid. The Dragões are evaluating the possibility of presenting a strong economic offer to the plant, which would benefit from a tax advantage if it signed in Portugal, as is the case in France.

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