Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos is supposedly set for a contract face-off with the club after reaching a deadlock during talks over an extension.
Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos has actually supposedly reached a deadlock in his talks over a contract extension at the club.
The 34- year-old’s present offer ends next summer and, as things stand, he would be complimentary to talk about terms with foreign clubs next January.
The Spain stalwart is keen to remain on at the Bernabeu and wishes to sign a new two-year contract to take him through to 2023, by which phase he would be 37.
Nevertheless, the Night Requirement reports that Madrid are just happy to offer him a 12- month extension on top of his present offer due to his advancing years.
Ramos might for that reason be associated with another standoff with the club, having likewise come close to leaving in 2015 and last season.
The centre-back is 5th on the all-time list of Real Madrid appearance-makers, playing 640 games for the 13- time European champions because signing up with from Sevilla in 2005.