Sergio Ramos has signed a free transfer from Real Madrid to join Paris Saint-Germain.
According to Mundo Deportivo, Sergio Ramos has joined Paris Saint-Germain on a free transfer from Real Madrid. At the Parc des Princes, the Andalusian has agreed to a two-year contract. “To wear the number four shirt of this great team, Paris Saint-Germain is an honor for me,” Ramos stated.
Ramos is a significant signing for Mauricio Pochettino, who will be hoping that he will help PSG improve following a poor season in which they lost the Ligue Un title to Lille and were eliminated from the Champions League by Manchester City.
Ramos arrived in Paris with a 13-person entourage, which included his entire family, this morning. Ramos had his medical at noon before seeing Leonardo and signing his contract at PSG’s offices with his wife, Pilar Rubio, and children. A sizable gathering of PSG supporters greeted him.
Ramos has four Champions League trophies to his name with Real Madrid, a skill that PSG hopes he can bring to Paris. According to reports, he will make around €12 million net every season with PSG, the same as he did at Real Madrid. To retain the SR4 brand he’s built over the years, he’ll wear the number four shirt.
On their WhatsApp group, Ramos expressed his goodbyes to his Madrid teammates, revealing that he expects to leave the club in the near future.