Sergio Ramos has one year left on his contract at Paris Saint-Germain and his idea is to complete it. No one in the team has spoken to the player or his agents, following reports that they may want to terminate his contract before next season.
There is no termination on either side and at the moment Ramos is clearly looking to win over PSG, where he earns 11 million euros per season.
The former Real Madrid captain will win another league title this weekend when PSG beat Lens. It was not yet the season the defender wanted, as injuries have plagued him since his arrival in Paris, and by the end of the campaign, it looks as if he has regained his form or shown signs of closeness in doing so.
At that time, the French press became very cruel to the Spaniards. PSG’s results and team form have never helped, as the defeat of Real Madrid has had a devastating effect on the relationship between the stars and the club’s fans.
The future of PSG is uncertain
The way PSG has handled its problems also does not help. No one has spoken to Ramos, and they do not know what will happen to Mauricio Pochettino or sporting director Leonardo. Rumors are rife, but everything seems to depend on Kylian Mbappe’s decision on his future, and all other news seems unimportant.
Pochettino seems to be relying too much on Ramos now. The injury to the 36-year-old player means Presnel Kimpembe and Marquinhos have been seen as undisputed starters.
PSG expect more from Ramos, and French law allows the club not to pay full salaries to players who are not in full-term for the second year of their contracts.
Now it looks like everything is changing and the defender is being watched differently. It will all depend on the direction taken by each party, but Ramos has made it clear that he could “stay in the elite for four or five years”.