By Abba Gwale
Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos is seriously considering leaving the club when his contract expires at the end of the season, according to a reports in Spain.
The Spain international has spent the past 15 years at Real Madrid and is fast approaching his 700th appearance for the club.
However, Ramos is due to become a free agent in the summer and fresh terms have yet to be agreed with Real Madrid hierarchy who are supposedly only willing to give the defender an extra 12 months.
Spanish radio station Onda Cero claims that the veteran defender is now edging towards leaving in six months’ time, with Paris Saint-Germain his most likely destination.
PSG are said to be happy to give Ramos a bumper three-year contract that will take him through until his 38th birthday.
The same report indicates that there is interest from Premier League clubs, but no concrete offers are believed to have been tabled.
Ramos played over 400 matches for Real Madrid winning four Eufa Champions league in the process and he was part of the Spain team that won 2010 Fifa world cup in South Africa.