Spain captain Sergio Ramos has finally joined Paris St-Germain. The former Real Madrid skipper signed a two-year deal with the French Ligue 1 giants. Ramos terminated his contract with Real Madrid after his contract expired, and he asked to be given two more years contract, but the club refused.
PSG Completes Sergio Ramos Signing
The 35-year-old spent 16 years with the Spanish La Liga side before leaving the club, and he won many trophies, including the Uefa Champions League and La Liga trophies, among others. The player is Spain’s most-capped player. He won five La Liga titles and four Champions League medals with Real Madrid.
Speaking on his new deal, he said: “I am very happy to join Paris St-Germain.” “This is a big change in my life, a new challenge, and it’s a day I will never forget.” Paris Saint-Germain chairman and chief executive Nasser Al-Khelaifi said: “Paris welcomes one of the greatest players of our era.”
Ramos is PSG’s third signing of the summer, after the arrival of Achraf Hakimi from Inter Milan and Georginio Wijnaldum from Liverpool.