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Man City set to offer Ramos a way out of R. Madrid

Manchester City set to offer Ramos a way out of Real Madrid

May 31, 2021 By Oscar Rojas
The Spanish defender will be out of a contract next month, and Pep Guardiola has reportedly gotten in touch with the player to try and lure him to the Premier League.

The end of an era is fast approaching at Real Madrid. After Zinedine Zidane's exit from the club, fans and experts expect to see a massive exodus of players that might include some of their most legendary footballers, especially Sergio Ramos.

The Spanish captain has seen contract negotiations with Los Blancos for most of 2021, with the major hurdle to overcome is the length of his deal. While Ramos has asked for a two-year deal, Los Merengues are only willing to sign one-year extensions for players over 35 years of age. 

With that in mind, Pep Guardiola and Manchester City have reportedly gotten in touch with the defender to offer him the kind of deal he wants to end his long spell at the Bernabeu. According to ESPN, the Citizens are willing to offer Ramos a two-year deal while also keeping his same wages, which should be tempting enough for Ramos given the state of Real Madrid's finances due to the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.

If that was not tempting enough, the Citizens would also be willing to add one more year to Ramos' deal so he can finish his playing career with NYCFC, which is also owned by the same group that handles Man City's business.

Ramos knows that his time at Real Madrid may be over due to a number of issues, which include Eder Militao's massive input during the last months of the season and David Alaba's signing. If he decided to stay put, he could be forced to take a secondary role behind the aforementioned duo and under the commands of a new boss, since Zinedine Zidane will no longer sit in Los Blancos' dugout.

As reported by ESPN, the only condition Manchester City has named in their interest to sign Ramos is that he must be out of a contract to be offered the two-year deal. Will the former Sevilla man team up with Pep Guardiola and add his experience to Manchester City's defensive unit? We shall know in less than a month...


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