Sergio Ramos ‘to be offered new one-year Real Madrid contract as Spanish giants want to keep captain until 2022… as he eyes future move to MLS’
- Sergio Ramos’ contract at Real Madrid currently expires at the end of the season
- The centre back has reportedly been offered a new one-year deal, claim reports
- Ramos has made 34 appearances for Real so far this season, scoring seven times
Sergio Ramos’ 15-year career with Real Madrid looks likely to be extended with the captain set to be offered a new deal.
From next month, the centre back will be entering the final year of his contract at the Spanish giants.
However, according to AS, Real wish to extend his stay by a further 12 months until 2022.
Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos is set to be offered a new deal until 2022, according to AS
The Spanish centre back is approaching the final year of his deal with the LaLiga giants
The 34-year-old remains an automatic starter in Zinedine Zidane’s side and the proposal of an extension until 2022 will take him beyond his 36th birthday.
AS report that it is unclear whether or not Ramos will accept the one-year extension, but they add that he has designs on playing in America’s MLS before he retires. He then has ambitions to go into coaching.
Ramos has played 34 times for Real in all competitions so far this season, scoring seven goals.
During a trophy-laden spell at the Santiago Bernabeu, his honours include four Champions Leagues and LaLiga titles apiece.
However, AS report that Ramos has designs on playing in the MLS before going into coaching
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