The Spanish defender will be out of contract next summer.
Juventus and PSG are ready to swoop for Real Madrid skipper Sergio Ramos, whose contract ends next summer.
According to reports, Juventus and PSG are keeping tabs on the Spaniard as speculations are starting to surface over his future, with his contract set to expire in 2021.
Juventus could be a possible destination for Ramos given the presence of his former teammate Cristiano Ronaldo. The Portuguese ace is also reportedly urging the Serie A Champions to sign Ramos on a free transfer next summer.
Despite the early disputes with Ronaldo – resulted after his comments on Luka Modric winning the Ballon d’Or –, Ramos clicked a picture with the Portuguese star after the friendlies between Spanish and Portugal last week.
PSG also would try to sign the legendary defender, having parted ways with club legend Thiago Silva in the summer.
Ramos has been in brilliant form of late, guiding his side to the La Liga title last season. At the age of 34, the Spanish centre-back is not showing any signs of slowing down and continues to be an integral part of the national side.
He has also developed the knack of scoring goals on a consistent basis besides his defensive duties. Ramos is the first choice penalty taker for Madrid.
Ramos is probably one of the best central defenders of his generation given his success at the club and international level over the years.
It remains to be seen whether he would continue his services with his long-time club or consider leaving the Santiago Bernabeu next year.