Former Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos has reached an agreement with French club Paris Saint-Germain after he became a free agent following the expiration of his contract with Real Madrid.
The Spanish centre-back had long talks with the French outfit, telling them he wanted a two-year contract, which has now been granted.
The agreement was finalised after his brother and agent Rene Ramos flew into the French capital to conclude the negotiations. Talks were already in advanced stage with the only detail remaining to be sorted being whether the second year was to be included or made optional. This was ironed out with the arrival of his brother and agent.
Sergio Ramos is expected to be subjected to a medical examination in the coming days as the French club grows increasingly desperate for a Champions League crown.
ABC reports that Sergio Ramos will earn 15 million Euros net in each of the two years he’ll spend in Paris.
The Spanish defender ended up in France despite interests from Manchester City and Chelsea in England. German side Bayern Munich was also interested, according to reports.