Sergio Ramos is likely to stay at Paris Saint-Germain for another season. His contract with the French club expires on June 30, 2023. He signed a two-year deal in August 2021 after leaving Real Madrid.
The team is in chaos following ban of Messi, who will leave the club at the end of the season. Simultaneously, speculation over Neymar’s future with the club remains.
Negotiations between Paris Saint-Germain and Sergio Ramos have already begun, according to MD, because the French club sees the Spaniard as a crucial figure in its future plans.
The offer would be less than the player’s existing deal, which is worth 10 million euros each season. The deal would originally last until the 2023-2024 campaign.
The offer was made to the Sevillian, who has played 40 games this season and scored three goals. This equates to 3249 minutes spread among 28 league championship matches, eight Champions League matches, three Coupe de France matches, and one French Champions League match. In reality, he has only missed three games this season, all of which were against Marseille, Ajaccio, and Strasbourg in early March. On March 30th, he turned 37 years old.
Sergio Ramos will discuss a contract extension with Paris Saint-Germain
According to L’Équipe, Sergio Ramos is set to prolong his stay at Paris Saint-Germain through the conclusion of this year.
Ramos’ contract ends at the end of the current campaign, however an extension for the 2023–2024 campaign is likely. He won’t be needed as frequently as he was this season, though, should he stay at the Parc des Princes.
This season, the Spanish international has appeared in 43 games across all leagues. as a result of Presnel Kimpembe’s harm. Ramos has been a constant in PSG’s backline despite the Frenchman’s injury, which has kept him out for the duration of the season.
However, reinforcements are on their way. Milan Kriniar will join on a free transfer from Inter Milan, while other defensive reinforcements are in the works. Notably, Les Parisiens are attempting to recruit Lucas Hernandez (27) from Bayern Munich, and according to L’Équipe, an agreement in principle has already been reached with the player on personal terms. If a deal for Hernandez cannot be reached, Manchester City’s Aymeric Laporte is an option.