Sergio Ramos soon at PSG? This is the information that AS believes it has on Monday. The Madrid sports daily affirms in its edition of the day that Paris Saint-Germain will try to attract the captain of Real Madrid and the Spanish team (177 caps, 23 goals) by offering him a three-year contract and an annual salary of 20 million euros, against the 12 he currently receives in the Spanish capital. The major maneuvers would already be launched and the French champion would not wait until January to reveal himself.
Sergio Ramos, 34, will be at the end of his contract with the White House next June and therefore free to commit wherever he sees fit from the start of next year. His brother, who is also his representative, has started negotiations for a contract extension with the Madrid management but, for the moment, no agreement has been finalized and the discussions are sluggish. The defender would like a salary hike when his leaders consider a reduction instead. In short, PSG would have taken advantage of this contractual situation to seize the opportunity and offer a golden future to the former Sevilla FC player.
PSG did not offer Sergio Ramos anything
This well-crafted scenario is enough to make Parisian supporters salivate. Except that it is based only on sand and that PSG has, according to our information, nothing offered to the 2010 world champion and double European champion 2008 and 2012. The economic situation and the financial losses recorded by the club of the capital because of the coronavirus pandemic (120 million euros last season and about as much this year) do not allow it to consider an operation of such a scale. And if the capital club were to regain some leeway by the end of the season, it’s a safe bet that he would use it to try to hold Mbappé rather than to attract the great defender of the Real.
Finally, there is a form of consistency to be observed. How to envisage that Paris separates from Thiago Silva at 36 years old to recruit Sergio Ramos who will be 35 years old in 2021? Unless PSG serve once again to serve the interests of the Madrid captain in his negotiations with his current club. This is the most probable thesis today.
Article original de: www.leparisien.fr