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    Sergio ramos

    Sergio Ramos has never looked so close to leaving Real Madrid.

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    Sergio ramos

    His priority was to continue with the Merengue club but he failed to come to an agreement with its president.

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    Florentino Perez (1)

    Florentino Perez indeed demanded a reduction in his salary.

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    Sergio ramos

    What Sergio Ramos does not want to hear.

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    Sergio ramos

    So much so that he would lobby his teammates so that they too refuse to lower his salary.

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    Florentino Perez

    The point of no return seems to have been reached.

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    Sergio ramos

    What would force him to look elsewhere.

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    Sergio ramos

    And Sergio Ramos would be more and more sensitive to the interest of PSG.

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    Sergio ramos

    The capital club would be ready to offer him the two-year contract desired by the Madrilenian.

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    Sergio ramos

    Sergio Ramos could bring his immense experience to PSG.

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    Sergio ramos

    And strengthen a central Parisian hinge within which Presnel Kimpembé is still irregular.

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    Sergio ramos

    Sergio Ramos has been stationary since January.

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    David Alaba

    To replace him, Real Madrid have attracted David Alaba.

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    David Alaba

    A great deal for the Madrid club since the Austrian was at the end of his contract.

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    David Alaba

    David Alaba has signed a five-year contract with Real Madrid.


At the end of his contract at Real Madrid, Sergio Ramos could return to his training club Sevilla FC in the coming months.

While some Madrid supporters were still hoping for a turnaround, the departure of Sergio ramos would henceforth be inevitable. Having found no agreement with the Madrid management, the legend of Real could finally begin a new adventure in the coming months. According to media information esRadio, those responsible for Sevilla FC try to take advantage of the very complicated situation in which the central defender finds himself in Madrid in order to win the bet.

Sergio Ramos’ training club, which he left in 2005, reportedly offered him a five-year lease in the last few days. The 35-year-old captain of Real Madrid will receive 7 million euros per year if he signs for Seville. The Andalusian formation would also have proposed a conversion clause in order to convince the Spanish defensive rock. Aware that the turn of events does not turn in the favor of his team, Florentino Pérez would have asked his recruiters to find the successor of Sergio Ramos on the transfer market.

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