Sergio Ramos gets back to LaLiga with hometown club Sevilla, former Real Madrid and Paris Saint Germain defender Sergio Ramos is getting back to his childhood club Sevilla as a free agent, the LaLiga side said on Monday.
According to report on Sunday that the 37-year-old was in cutting edge chats with the Spanish club after his agreement with the Ligue 1 champion lapsed this late summer.
Sources added that Ramos pulled in interest from Saudi Arabia’s Al Ittihad, Galatasaray, FC Porto and MLS yet has decided on Sevilla as he likes to remain nearer to home.
“Sergio showed up at our childhood foundation at seven years old and advanced through the young positions until he made his presentation in the first reserve team at 16 years old in the 2002-03 season,” Sevilla said in a statement.
Sergio Ramos gets back to LaLiga
“Our institute’s centre-back… gets back just about twenty years in the wake of leaving at 19 years old for Real Madrid.”
The defender moved to PSG on a free exchange in 2021 in the wake of failing to agree to expand his 16-year stay at Madrid. He brought home two Ligue 1 titles during his two seasons in France.
At Madrid he brought home four Champions League title and five LaLiga trophies, playing a total of 671 games and scoring 101 goal.
Spain’s most covered global player likewise won the World Cup in 2010 and two European Titles prior to declaring his worldwide retirement in February.