Spanish centre-back Sergio Ramos (37) will leave Paris Saint-Germain upon the expiry of his contract next June. Tomorrow’s home game against Clermont will be the former Real Madrid’s final appearance for PSG, the player and the club have announced.
“Tomorrow will be a special day. Tomorrow I will say goodbye to another stage of my life and goodbye to PSG“, Ramos tweeted. “I don’t know how you can feel at home in many places, but without a doubt, PSG, the fans, and Paris was one of them for me.“
Ramos, a four-time Champions League winner with Real Madrid (2014, 2016, 2017 and 2018) joined PSG as a free agent two years ago. He signed a two-year deal with Les Parisiens. His first injury-ridden season was underwhelming. However, he showed improvements during the second year of his contract. The Spaniard’s availability proved crucial for Les Parisiens, although he never really returned to his dominant best. Some months ago, the Spaniard was reportedly keen to extend his contract. But talks have stalled, and Ramos has decided to move on.
Ramos hinted he will join another side next season. “I will face new challenges, I will wear other colours, but first, and for the last time: Allez Paris.“
GFFN | Bastien Cheval