Sergio Ramos to leave Real Madrid for Premier League

Sergio Ramos-Real Madrid

The Spaniard’s contract with Los Blancos expires next summer.

Real Madrid centre-back Sergio Ramos could call it a time at Santiago Bernabeu as his contract expires next summer.

According to reports, Ramos is ready to leave his long-time club in favour of a transfer to Premier League, with Manchester United being interested.

However, PSG remain the potential suitors for the Spanish centre-back as they are looking to recruit him next summer in a move involving high wages.

Madrid appear to be still in talks over a contract renewal for the 34-year-old though reports are stating that the defending La Liga champions would look to reduce their wage bill by offloading the centre-back.

Los Blancos’ form has raised questions of late following a string of poor results in both La Liga and Champions League while they face elimination fears from the latter.

Ramos has been absent for the past four games due to injury during which Madrid had almost dropped points in every game.

Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane had earlier stated that he wants to see Ramos perform at the club for a long time but now the French gaffer’s future remains up in the air due to recent results.

Ramos continues to be one of the best defenders in the world at the moments and his performances are often unhinged despite the team’s poor form. Furthermore, the Los Blancos skipper continues to lead the Spain national team, with whom he holds the record for most appearances.