Spanish player Sergio Ramos, whose contract with Real Madrid has expired, has signed a 2-year contract with French giant Paris Saint-Germain.
The new address of Ramos, who could not reach an agreement in the negotiations to renew his contract with Real Madrid, which he played for 16 years and captained since the 2015-16 season, ended on 30 June.
According to the statement made by PSG Club, a 2-year contract was signed with the 35-year-old football player.
Transferred from Sevilla, where he grew up, to Real Madrid in the summer of 2005, Ramos won 5 league titles, 4 UEFA Champions League, 4 Spanish Super Cups, 2 Spanish King’s Cups, 3 UEFA Super Cups and 4 FIFA Clubs World Cup championships with a purple-white jersey.
Ramos won the world championship in 2010 and the European championship in 2008 and 2012 in the Spanish National Team, where he played 180 games.
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