Sergio Ramos is already making waves in PSG’s dressing room

Real Madrid, Sergio Ramos (Photo by Diego Souto/Quality Sport Images/Getty Images)
Real Madrid, Sergio Ramos (Photo by Diego Souto/Quality Sport Images/Getty Images) /

Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos almost certainly isn’t going to play anywhere else, but PSG will do their best to convince him to make a shocking transfer.

So far we have heard of a handful of teams interested in Real Madrid center back Sergio Ramos. PSG and Juventus are the two major destinations rumored for the man on an expiring contract, but we’ve also seen Liverpool, Arsenal, and Tottenham connected to the Spanish captain.

Ramos at PSG or Juve is already hard enough to envision, but it’s even more ridiculous to ponder him signing with any of those Premier League clubs, especially the ones mentioned in London. They have nothing to offer Ramos, least of all Arsenal.

The expectation is that Ramos will extend, give two more years of greatness to the Whites, and retire a Madridista. He is one of the club’s biggest legends ever, won Champions League title after Champions League title, has worn the armband with grace, and has even scored 100 goals for the prestigious club.

Yet his status in Madrid and likelihood of re-signing haven’t deterred PSG, whose deep pockets and ambitions mean they are not to be neglected. And it’s no secret that they have a serious leadership void, especially after losing Thiago Silva on a free to Chelsea this year.

According to Depor, PSG star left back and Spain international Juan Bernat was full of praise for Sergio Ramos, even hinting that there have been internal conversations about Ramos and what he could bring. Bernat, formerly of Bayern Munich, called Ramos a “leader” and “great player”. And he’s absolutely right.

The admiration Bernat – and seemingly other PSG players – have for Ramos is not surprising to see, but it probably counts for very little. However much PSG like Ramos, he is adored by Real Madrid ten-fold. Words can scarcely describe Ramos’ impact on Real Madrid, though simply stating “92:48” does a sufficient job.

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Barring a catastrophic turn of events or Ramos taking an outlandish sum of money from the Ligue 1 giants, the world-class No. 4 will finish his career at the Santiago Bernabeu. And maybe he will finish his career hoisting another Champions League trophy, with Kylian Mbappe as the team’s superstar leading the attack in front of him.