Sergio Ramos will be able to leave Real Madrid as a free agent at the end of the season, with Juventus, PSG, Manchester United, and City officially following a transfer strategy.
According to El Chiringuito, the Spanish defender will see his contract expire at the end of the season and will be bound for showdown talks with Florentino Perez in the coming days.
Perez wants to stay with him but the 34-year-old defender is seriously thinking of leaving the club. It is said that Ramos is unhappy with the handling of the club.
Real Madrid proposed a new two-year deal with a 20 percent reduction in salaries to Ramos, but Ramos did not want to lower his wages of EUR 12 million a year and requested a three-year contract.
In summer, El Chiringuito says, there is an 80 percent chance of seeing the experienced defender leaving Madrid.
The Spanish defender has recently been approached by several top European clubs, including Juventus, Manchester United, and City, but a move to the MLS is not on the cards because Ramos wants to play European football.