According to Sportmediaset, AS Roma handed Sergio Ramos a €7.5 million-per-year contract, but the former Real Madrid player requested more time to think about it.
The 35-year-old veteran is poised to depart Real Madrid at the end of the month when his agreement with theLa Liga
He has been connected to a number of major European teams, with Roma being one of the first to submit a bid for the 2010 Spain World Cup champion, according to Sportmediaset.
Ramos was allegedly given a two-year, €7.5 million-per-year deal by theSerie A
side, which is less than the €12 million Ramos made at Madrid.
The She-Wolf could be able to strike an arrangement thanks to the so-called "Growth edict," which allows Ramos to pay just €100,000 in taxes on any foreign income, such as sponsorship deals.
All employees going to Italy for at least two years are subject to the growth decree.
Ramos, on the other hand, wanted time to think about Roma's offer.
Even though the veteran defender has ruled out a return to his previous club,
are all said to be interested in signing him.
Ramos was a member of Real Madrid's 137-game winning streak under José Mourinho.