Sergio Ramos has spoken to AC Milan after it was officially announced that he will be leaving Real Madrid as a free agent, a report claims.
Real Madrid have confirmed that Ramos will leave the club after 16 years of services, during which he has played 671 games, scored 101 goals, won five LaLiga titles and four Champions League titles. His next destination remains a mystery though despite strong links with Paris Saint-Germain and the Premier League.
According to El Chiringuito, Ramos has spoken to Milan about the idea of starting a new adventure in Italy. More details are expected from the outlet, but it is certainly an interesting development given what the 35-year-old has said in the past about Milan.
The Spain international has previously shown his appreciation for Milan: “After Real Madrid in the world comes Milan. Nobody has the history of these two clubs.” It is a situation worth following closely.
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Un like, after all this dry years Milan does not need any red cards or broken arms, Milan has a style and a grenta not aggression.. Atlatico Madrid fit the his personality
Ramos would be premium player for this Milan, you can say what you want but he is in top 5 defenders of all time, and up there with Maldini in terms of trophies in his career. A leader on the level of Ibrahimovic, 2 of them on the field would mean a lot, and even at this age he is still faster and a better defender compared to Romagnoli. If they sell Romagnoli and Caldara and Ramos would accept a normal wage (The amount that would be freed up by getting these 2 out isn’t really small) it would be a remarkable signing, he has 2 years left at the top level, at least for Italian football style.
What ever .. I prefer Nikola Milenković
And I wasn’t even mentioning the impact on young defenders like Gabbia, Kalulu and Tomori.
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Ramos is an old horse that is dying and needs an old beak