PSG 'prepare three-year deal worth £18m a season for Sergio Ramos'

PSG prepare to woo Sergio Ramos with a three-year deal worth £18m a season AFTER tax with 34-year-old star’s contract expiring at the end of the season and Real Madrid only willing to give a 12-month extension

  • The future of legendary Real Madrid defender Sergio Ramos remains uncertain
  • The LaLiga club are only willing to offer the 34-year-old a 12-month extension 
  • Paris Saint-Germain have been linked with tabling a lavish proposal in January 
  • AS have reported the contract would be worth £18million per season after tax 

Paris Saint-Germain are ready to offer Sergio Ramos a three-year deal worth a staggering £18million per season – after tax – to lure the veteran defender from Real Madrid, according to reports.

Ramos, 34, is widely believed to be keen to end his career at the Bernabeu, but his future is mired in uncertainty with his current terms set to run down at the end of the season.

And AS have now claimed that PSG are ready to swoop in with a sensational offer for the legendary Spaniard.

Paris Saint-Germain are ready to offer Real Madrid defender Sergio Ramos a lucrative contract

As of January 1, Ramos will be able to open talks with foreign clubs and discuss brokering a switch next summer. Zinedine Zidane, however, has stressed his desire to keep him.

Real are not willing to offer Ramos more than a one-year extension, in line with their usual policy of extending the deals of players over the age of 30 by just a single year.  

But on this occasion, Real are said to be willing to stretch to the option of a further year on top, with the clause subject to a series of variables.  

Real wants a two-year deal to stay at the club with PSG prepared to offer him £18m per season

The policy of Zinedine Zidane’s side is to offer players over the age of 30 short-term extensions

PSG are thought to be likely to hold out until January 1 before tabling their lavish proposal – and figures at Real are even believed to view Ramos as currently more likely to leave. 

AS also report that Ramos is yet to sit down face to face with president Florentino Perez, but has stressed to Real representatives that his wish is to stay in Madrid and retire there.

The Spain stalwart has spent 16 seasons in total with the club, and believes that his years of service should persuade Real to offer him a guaranteed two-year contract until 2023.

Spain legend Ramos has spent 16 years at Real but his contract demands are yet to be matched

The club are unlikely to budge any further from their stance, though, due to the financial fallout from the coronavirus pandemic and their historic position on older stars.

Ramos has made 10 appearances for Real this season, and has featured on 660 occasions for the club in total during a period of service which stretches almost two decades.  

His two misses from the penalty spot for Spain during their Nations League draw with Switzerland overshadowed him becoming the most capped male European player at the weekend. 




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