At the end of the contract on June 30, Sergio Ramos has still not found the slightest agreement with Real Madrid to extend.

Will leave, will not leave? The future of Sergio Ramos remains an enigma. Arrived in the summer of 2005, the captain of Real Madrid could pack his bags and put an end to 16 years of reign in the White House next summer. Indeed, Sergio Ramos is at the end of his contract on June 30 and he still has not found an agreement with his management to renew. If he does not extend as quickly as possible, the 34-year-old veteran could therefore leave Real Madrid freely and for free at the end of the season.

Moreover, Sergio Ramos can already negotiate with the club of his choice since January 1. Information that would not have escaped PSG, Manchester City, and Juventus, among others, ready to take advantage of the windfall to achieve an incredible blow on the summer market. For their part, Zinedine Zidane's Real Madrid are said to still be hoping to find a solution for Sergio Ramos to initial a new contract and resume, but negotiations have not advanced for some time.
Zinedine Zidane in trouble for Sergio Ramos, but ...

This would have given ideas to several European leaders, including PSG, Manchester City, and Juventus. And unfortunately for Zinedine Zidane, negotiations would still be at a standstill between his management and his captain.

According to information from AS, disclosed on Thursday, the extension of Sergio Ramos is currently at an impasse.

Indeed, the negotiations would not have moved one iota since last December 30 and the last meeting between the captain of Real Madrid and its president. As the Spanish media reported, neither Sergio Ramos nor Florentino Pérez would have taken a step towards the other to get things done. Each party would prefer to stick to its positions, at the risk of never finding a positive outcome. Lately, Sergio Ramos and Florentino Pérez have reportedly only contacted each other by phone and, despite their closeness, they are still far from reaching an agreement.

While its president would activate to strengthen Real Madrid next summer, and in particular with the recruitment of Kylian Mbappé or Erling Haaland, Sergio Ramos believes that an economic effort can be made to satisfy his desires. Especially since he has a huge weight in Zinedine Zidane's team and his locker room, although he has already celebrated his 34 years. And despite this complicated situation, Sergio Ramos would still want to continue his adventure in the White House. Moreover, he is said to be finishing the work on his house in Madrid, work started several months ago.