Ramos has his contract running out this summer and is said to be not satisfied with Madrid’s proposed offer.
It was reported that Real had offered him a one-year extension with a 10% decrease in salary. However, Ramos demanded a two-year extension.
Now, it looks that Los Blancos wouldn’t be changing their decision, and Ramos has to accept the offer if he wants to survive in the Spanish capital.
PSG continue to be his potential suitors as they are ready to take him on a free transfer this summer.
Zidane sheds doubt on his future at Madrid
Los Blancos concluded their season with no trophies, although they fought for the La Liga title until the final matchday.
Zidane’s men slipped up in the crucial games, which allowed fellow rivals to Atletico Madrid to get their hands at the trophy after seven years.
The French manager has said that he would hold talks with Real soon to sort out his future.
“We have to congratulate Atletico Madrid. They deserve it, and they had a great season. I’m not the most important thing here. The most important thing is what the players did all year.
“We have to think about what we did all season, congratulate the players, and then with time, with calm, we’ll see. I’ll talk with the club calmly, but not right now.
“Today after the game, we have to be calm, and then in the next few days, we’ll talk with the club, with the appropriate people. Soon, we’ll see what happens, not just with me, but with what the club will do for next season.”