Florentino Perez and Sergio Ramos an honorary agreement

Free of any contract at the end of the season, the merengue defender should finally be able to extend his contract. The Casa Blanca hopes to announce the good news before the end of the year.

There isn’t a day that goes by without talking about Sergio Ramos (34 years old). Even yesterday, when he came out of the La Roja match with an injury while Spain beat Germany 6-0, the fans of La Casa Blanca feared the worst. But this morning Real Madrid fans should still be eating breakfast with a smile.

Firstly because their national team has blown the Nationalmannschaft and secondly because the programme El Larguero, broadcast on radio Cadena SER, announced last night that a major breakthrough had been made in the Ramos case. The media claims that an agreement in principle has been reached between the Spanish international and Real Madrid.

Florentino Pérez breaks his rule for Ramos

Contrary to what he proposes (and imposes) on his elements over 30 years old, Florentino Pérez would have finally agreed to grant his captain the two-year extension he was asking for. Despite the lengthy discussions, both sides were far from the breaking point. The Merengues did not want to part with such a leader and he was keeping his fingers crossed that an effort would be made, so that he could finish his career in Madrid.

Contrary to what he proposes (and imposes) on his elements over 30 years old, Florentino Pérez would have finally agreed to grant his captain the two-year extension he was asking for. Despite the lengthy discussions, both sides were far from the breaking point. The Merengues did not want to part with such a leader and he was keeping his fingers crossed that an effort would be made, so that he could finish his career in Madrid.

Both parties now hope to make the good news official by the end of 2020. If the evocation of Paris Saint-Germain’s interest was indeed to put a little pressure on the Casa Blanca, it remains to be seen whether Ramos will receive less or more than his current salary of €12m per season.

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