Real Madrid’s senior footballer Sergio Ramos wants to leave the football club, reports El Chiringuito. The Spanish footballer is discontent with the changes that the team is undergoing and the conflicts that the team members had during the championship that has already ended.
Manchester United and PSG would like to have Sergio Ramos join their teams, but they have been rejected in the past. However, this might change in the summer, writes Marca.
The 33-year-old footballer transferred from Sevilla to Real in 2005. He is Spain’s four-time champion, two-time cup winner, multiple super cup winner, four-time winner of the UEFA Champions League, multiple super cup winner of Europe and four-time champion of the world club.