Sergio Ramos’ stint with Paris Saint-Germain appeared to be heading toward a departure as his contract expires in June. However, with the Achilles injury to Presnel Kimpembe, the French giants could make a U-turn.
L’Equipe reported on Thursday, citing sources, that Ramos wants to extend his contract with PSG. Nonetheless, discussions over a new deal are on standby for now, as both parties agreed not to rush things.
🚨 Sergio Ramos veut prolonger au PSG ! 🇪🇸
Discussions en stand-by pour l’heure, il a été convenu de ne pas précipiter les choses. Tout dépend de ses performances d’ici la fin de saison.
Aussi, comme Messi, il fait l'objet d'une cour assidue de l'Arabie Saoudite.
— Hadrien Grenier (@hadrien_grenier) March 2, 2023
Additionally, Ramos remaining with the reigning Ligue 1 champions will depend on his performance by the end of the 2022-23 season. The big test for the former Real Madrid captain staying in Paris will come against Bayern Munich on March 8 at Allianz Arena.
If Ramos plays at a high level and helps the capital club advance to the quarterfinals, perhaps a dialogue can begin as the veteran would be PSG’s third center-back next season.
Milan Skriniar will be coming in and will likely anchor the backline and push every defender down a peg on the depth chart. Saudi Arabian clubs will be in the mix for Sergio Ramos as Al-Nassr would like to reunite him with Cristiano Ronaldo.