Sergio Ramos has been offered a five-year deal by his former club Sevilla, reports say.
But late last night, Spanish outlet El Primero Palo published a story claiming the 35-year-old is courting strong interest from his previous employers.
It's said that Sevilla's proposal is for a total of five years, including the possibility of Ramos remaining at the club in a different capacity once he retires.
:rotating_light::rotating_light:¡¡NOTICIA DE EL PRIMER PALO!!:rotating_light::rotating_light:- El Primer Palo (@eselprimerpalo) June 10, 2021
"El Sevilla ha hecho una oferta a Sergio Ramos por cinco años a razón de 7 millones de euros anuales y con la posibilidad de quedarse en el club cuando se retire"https://t.co/d5mzn6PSKI pic.twitter.com/5sLROkGxrL
:microphone2: I am convinced that Ramos will not play for Sevilla. @JuanfeSanzPerez- Los Blancos Live (@LosBlancos_Live) June 10, 2021
:microphone2: A legend of Real Madrid cannot play for another team in LaLiga. @alfredoduro1 #rmlive :flag_es: https://t.co/G6csehca6I
He would have to take a fairly sizeable wage cut, with Sevilla offering him a salary of €7 million per year.
Ramos came through the youth ranks at Sevilla before going on to turn out for the first-team for two seasons.
In 2005, he made a massive €27 million move to Real in what was a record deal for a Spanish player at the time.
He's gone on to become one of the most successful defenders in football history, making 671 appearances for Real in 16 seasons and lifting 22 honours - including five La liga titles and four Champions Leagues.
Although there hasn't been an agreement between Real and Ramos, AS believe the long-time Spain international will extend his stay in the capital.
Recently, Ramos hit headlines for reportedly telling Real players to not accept pay cuts because the money will only go towards PSG and France sensation Kylian Mbappe.
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