Laliga giants Real Madrid are at risk of losing captain Sergio Ramos on a free deal with the player yet to sign a new deal.
Ramos’s contract with the Los Blancos ends in the summer and is free to negotiate a deal with any club outside Spain this month.
According to reports from IBT, both parties are still been unable to come to an agreement on the contract extension and while an offer has reportedly been made and rejected, there has been no movement from either side for several weeks.
The reports claim that Madrid is willing to risk losing their captain instead of compromising the club’s financial stability that had been shaken due to the hit by Covid.
While Ramo’s contract saga continues, the European giants are said to have offered midfielder Luka Modric a new improved contract with Lucas Vazquez being the other player yet to agree on a new deal.
According to a report from Marca, Ramos wants a huge pay rise but the club President Florentino Perez remains steadfast in his decision to prioritize the club’s finances over the demands of even the most important players and he will be sticking to this policy as long as there is no end in sight to the pandemic.
Clubs like Bayern Munich, Real Madrid, Barcelona, Manchester United, Paris Saint-Germain, Juventus, have been reported to be interested in Ramos should he decide to leave Madrid.