Real & PSG make pact on Ramos future


Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain have reportedly made a pact over the future of Los Blancos captain Sergio Ramos.

Ramos' contract at the Santiago Bernabeu is set to expire at the end of the season and PSG have emerged as the front-runners to land his signature in the event that he does not extend his stay in Madrid, with the 34-year-old already allowed to enter negotiations with other clubs.

A report from El Mundo Deportivo h/t L'Equipe now claims that, while the Parisians are monitoring the situation, they have reached an agreement with the LaLiga giants not to act on their interest unless negotiations between Ramos and Real collapse.

The Spain international recently underwent surgery to repair meniscus damage to his left knee and could miss the next six to eight weeks while he recovers, which includes Real Madrid's UEFA Champions League Round of 16 clash against Atalanta on 24 February, and the Madrid derby on 7 March.

Ramos is one of a host of high-profile players who have been linked with a move to PSG in recent weeks, alongside none other than FC Barcelona superstar Lionel Messi, whose contract with the Catalans similarly expires at the end of the current campaign.

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