Clubs from the English Premier League and across Europe have been alerted by the recent announcement from Spanish La Liga giants Real Madrid that their captain Sergio Ramos will be allowed to leave the club this summer. The Spanish defender will be leaving the Los Blancos after spending 16 fantastic and successful years at the club. Having signed from Spanish club Sevilla sixteen years ago, Ramos joined Real Madrid and has gone on to establish himself as one of the greatest defenders of all time.
His former club, Sevilla, were mentioned as one of his likely destinations but according to football transfer expert Fabrizio Romano, the defender is not interested in returning to the club where he started his career. French Ligue 1 heavyweights Paris Saint-Germain are also interested in the player and have also appeared as one of his most likely destinations in the last hours.
English Premier League clubs have also shown interest in signing the 35-year-old, with the two Manchester clubs City and United joining London outfit Chelsea in showing interest in acquiring his services. The reason for Ramos’ exit from Madrid is due to a breakdown in talks about a contract extension and if any club will sign him this summer, they will have to be ready to meet his wage demands, or else there may not be an agreement for a contract.