Sergio Ramos will not be going back to Sevilla following his 16-year spell at Real Madrid, according to Fabrizio Romano. Apparently, the 35-year-old defender is in talks with another club at the moment, and Sevilla aren’t interested in bringing back the player who left the Ramon Sanchez-Pizjuan at the age of 19.
Real Madrid have announced a press conference for today (Thursday) to officially confirm Ramos’ departure, which they’ve labelled as an “institutional act of tribute and farewell”. His contract expires at the end of the month, and though talks about an extension were held, the two parties obviously weren’t able to reach an agreement. As explained by Spanish journalist Guillem Balague for the BBC, Ramos wanted a two-year deal and Real were only willing to offer one season, which was apparently the perfect excuse for president Florentino Perez to get rid of a player whose influence at the club had become nearly as big as his own.
Ramos obviously won’t be going back to Sevilla. Manchester United, Manchester City and Paris Saint-Germain have been credited with strong interest in his services over the last few months.
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