Ramos lists two teams he won't join


Sergio Ramos is set to become a free agent next month, but he has already named two clubs he won't join.

Ramos bid farewell to Los Blancos on Thursday afternoon as he is set to become a free agent when his contract expires, ending his 16 year spell with the club.

While the Spanish defender has been linked with Manchester United and Paris Saint-Germain, he has ruled out any chance of moving to FC Barcelona or his former club Sevilla.

"The important thing is not where you are, it's with who," Ramos said, as per Goal.

"We haven't thought at any time about any other club. Since January, when I've been on the market, we've had a few calls.

"But we never thought about leaving Madrid. From here, we'll look for a good option for me.

"Sevilla is the other club in my heart where I had a great time but at the moment there is nothing on the table about going back. As for Barcelona... impossible. You will never see Sergio Ramos in a Barcelona shirt."

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