After his contract with Paris Saint-Germain expires at the end of June, Sergio Ramos desires to return to Spain.
Ramos, who joined PSG on a free transfer in 2021, plans to bid farewell to the Ligue 1 champions as his current contract concludes at the end of this month.
According to Cadena SER, the veteran defender intends to return to his former club Sevilla in Spain once he becomes a free agent.
After graduating from Sevilla’s youth system, the former Spanish international had a two-season stint at the club as a senior professional before making his move to Real Madrid.
Ramos enjoyed a remarkable 16-year tenure at the Santiago Bernabeu, securing 22 titles, before eventually transferring to Paris in 2021.
Given the strained relationship Sergio Ramos had with fans during his tenure at Real Madrid, his potential homecoming to his childhood club may face a challenging reception.
Furthermore, Sevilla already possesses five central defenders in their squad, making it unlikely that they prioritize the signing of an aging center-back this summer.
Earlier this month, there were rumors linking the Real Madrid legend with a move to the Saudi Pro League.
It remains uncertain whether he will receive a formal offer from any club in the Middle East.