Sergio Ramos wanted to abandon Real Madrid, working as a free agent at the end of the season with Juventus, PSG, Manchester United, and City. They did make a transfer approach.
The contract of the Spanish defender will see expire at the end of the season. Based on El Chiringuito he is asked for a meeting with Florentino Perez in the following days.
It is reported that Ramos is unsatisfied with the treatment of the club. Thus, Perez requests his stay but the 34-year-old defender strongly decided to abandon the club.
Ramos has been suggested a new two-year deal with a 20% wage decrease by Real Madrid. In contrast, Ramos is unwilling to reduce his €12m-a-year salary. In this way, he asked for a three-year contract.
El Chiringuito announces there will be an 80% chance to see the inveterate defender leave Madrid in the summer.
Some top-ranked European clubs offered deals to the Spanish defender, consisting of Juventus, Manchester United, and City. A transfer to the MLS is not on the cards as Ramos decides to lay European football.