Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos could be searching for a new club next summer, according to Spanish outlet Onda Cero.
The 34-year-old has established himself as a legend at Santiago Bernabeu Stadium and has been on the books at Madrid since 2005.
In that time, he has gone on to win five La Liga titles and four Champions League honours. The veteran’s contract is due to expire at the end of the season, and there is little doubt that he will attract offers from top clubs.
Even though he will turn 35 soon, Ramos continues to remain a crucial part of the Spanish national team. He is likely to play a crucial role in Spain’s European Championship ambitions next summer, and could also be in the plans for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.
While Ramos has been linked with clubs in the US, Qatar and Japan, he will need to be playing in an elite league if he wants to continue playing for Spain.
A move to PSG or a club in England could be something that appeals to him at this stage of his career.
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