Sergio Ramos has finally decided to join French Ligue 1 heavyweights Paris Saint-Germain as he snubs the approach made by several other clubs for his signature. The Spain international defender, whose contract only recently expired at Real Madrid this summer was a subject of serious speculations as a lot of clubs began showing interest in acquiring his signature following his announcement that he will be leaving Real Madrid in the summer. Manchester City, Chelsea, Manchester United, and Juventus were all linked with a move for the fierce defender but he seems to have decided to call Paris Saint-Germain his new home.


Ramos, 33, has reportedly agreed a deal in principle to sign for the French club and the deal will see him play for PSG for the next two seasons, with an option to further extend the contract. After leaving Real Madrid under strange circumstances, it was only normal for the player to find another club that he will sign for as he is still very much in top shape and raring to continue his career at the top level.

His now ex-teammate Raphaël Varane has also been linked with a move away from Real Madrid and is strongly tipped to join English Premier League giants Manchester United, with the Red Devils seriously in need of a top central defender to partner Harry Maguire at the back. However, with Ramos already out of Madrid, it appears rather unlikely that the club’s president Florentino Perez will be interested in losing another defender in the same transfer window.

Although the move may not happen, it is said that Varane is the one who is holding out for a transfer away from the club but his actions have been criticized because a lot of people believe that he is using that as a tactic to get an improved contract at Madrid.