- Sergio Ramos could be heading to the French Ligue 1 as PSG are interested
- Real Madrid captain has been impressive for Los Blancos for 15 years
- PSG are ready to offer the player ‘whatever he wants’ to lure him to Paris
French club Paris Saint Germain are on the trail of Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos as latest reports have it that the Parisians are prepared to offer the player whatever he wants.
The 34-year-old is reportedly interested in a fresh two year extension of his deal, but Los Blancos are not prepared to change their one-year extension for over-30s policy.
According to French outlet AS and cited in SunSport, PSG are now interested and they are ready to offer the experienced player a two year deal.
The report further stated that PSG manager Leonardo has now identified Ramos as the club’s major target for January, but they will only hope Ramos decides to end his 15 year reign with the Spanish champions.
He could also be heading to US club Inter Miami which is co-owned by his former team-mate David Beckham.
But Real Madrid have expressed confidence in keeping their exceptional captain.
Los Blancos boss Zidane said:
"As always, he is our captain, our leader.
"We want him here forever, it is what he is doing, showing that he always wants to.
"I have no doubt that he will stay and that it will continue to make history."
Meanwhile, Cristiano Ronaldo has been heavily linked away from Italian club Juventus, but a report has suggested that the Portuguese star will likely return to Manchester United because of arch rival Lionel Messi.
PSG have been tipped to get the deal for Ronaldo done in 2021, but a report has suggested that the former Real Madrid man will prefer to return to the Old Trafford.
According to the report, CR7 would likely opt to join Manchester United for him and Messi to continue their rivalry.
And Legit.ng earlier reported that Sergio Ramos was spotted attacking former teammate Achraf Hakimi during Real Madrid's 3-2 win over Inter Milan.
The Spaniard who reached a century of goals for Los Blancos in the Champions League clash expressed displeasure towards the 22-year-old who appealed for a penalty call during the game.
Hakimi had gone in Real's 18-yard box and hope that the referee would point to the penalty spot in a bid to improve their chances of at least running off with a point.
We haven't gotten the houses FG promised us in 1994 - Siasia raises alarm | Legit TV