It became official in the month of June that after signing for Real Madrid in 2005, club captain Sergio Ramos will be walking away from the 16-year long relationship with the Spanish giants. After winning 22 trophies with Los Blancos, Ramos and the club couldn’t come to an agreement for a new contract.
This means that one of the best centre-backs in the world is available for free this summer. What could be his next move and which league would suit Ramos at this stage of his career? Let’s find out.
PSG seems to be the perfect destination for Sergio Ramos as the Spanish defender would for starters love life in Paris and could be a part of a project that is very close to winning the Champions League. Ramos brings his winning mentality to the squad and PSG seems more than capable of meeting his financial expectations. PSG needs a top-class centre-back to come in this summer and Ramos might just be that person.
In an ideal world, it would be lovely to see Sergio Ramos plying his trade in the English Premier League. Ramos is a Rolls Royce of a defender and would take to the Premier League like a duck to water. The finances wouldn’t be a problem for a club like Manchester United and they could do with another leader in that dressing room. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s squad is desperate for their first silverware and with Ramos’ know-how of winning the big trophies, he could be the catalyst for change at Old Trafford.
Born and brought up in Seville, Sergio Ramos came through the ranks of a massive Spanish club Sevilla. He played 45 times for the senior team before making a record move for a defender to Real Madrid. Ramos’ move back to his boyhood club Sevilla will be an emotional one but it seems unlikely for now given the finances involved.
What about a reunion of Cristiano Ronaldo and Sergio Ramos? Seems too good to be true, right? But it seems pretty realistic for now. Juventus has an eternal love for veteran defenders on a free transfer and Sergio Ramos fits the bill perfectly. The club loves bold characters with a winning mentality like Ramos and new manager Massimiliano Allegri could also be interested in this move transpiring. In an ideal world, this move could also help the club in luring Zinedine Zidane towards them in the near future as the manager and it seems like a win-win situation for all parties involved.
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