The Spanish center back is still without a club with days left in the transfer window, and one Arabian club seems to be close to signing the stellar defender.

Time is running out for Sergio Ramos to find a new team, and with almost all suitable options to continue playing in Europe, the Spaniard could be closing in on joining the Saudi Pro League.

The footballer tried to join a team ready to play UEFA Champions League matches, but was snubbed by Galatasaray, Sevilla, and even Real Madrid. After turning down offers from Flamengo, Liga MX's Club América, and an alleged reunion with Lionel Messi at Inter Miami, the 37-year-old seems to be Pro League-bound, with one of his former teammates at Real Madrid waiting for him.

A report by Qatari media outlet Al Kass states that Ramos is ready to join Al Ittihad, where former Los Blancos footballer Karim Benzema started playing a couple of weeks back. The initial terms of the deal have been agreed, but the extension of Ramos' stay in Saudi Arabia is still under discussion. Apparently, the team is offering a two-year deal to the player, but Ramos would be interested in signing a three-year move.

Ramos left PSG as a free agent after two seasons, where he won two Ligue 1 titles and emerging as the team's leader in defense, especially during his second season. The turmoil surrounding the club and Luis Enrique's arrival were the main reasons for his exit, and now it seems that he will add one more league to his resume...if he can agree a two-year deal with the yellow and black side.