According to The Athletic, Sergio Ramos will sign a new contract with Real Madrid. Premier League giants Manchester United and Liverpool have been linked with the Spain international central defender, but it has been claimed that he will sign fresh terms with Madrid instead and not move to England..
Ramos is out of contact at Madrid at the end of the season. The 34-year-old has been on the books of the former European giants since 2005 and is considered an all-time great of the club. During his time at the Santiago Bernabeu so far, the Spain international has won the La Liga title five times and the Champions League on four occasions.
So far this season, Ramos has scored two goals in 14 La Liga matches and has scored one goal and provided one assist in three Champions League games, according to WhoScored. Madrid are second in the La Liga table at the moment with 37 points from 18 matches, four points behind leaders and city rivals Atletico Madrid, who have played 16 games.