The Spanish centre back is set to complete a medical today before signing a 2-year contract
Sergio Ramos is now a PSG player. A total agreement has now been reached between the player and the French club, with the signing set to be announced in the coming hours.
According to SPORT sources, the player and his entourage will travel to Paris first thing on Wednesday morning.
The former Real Madrid centre back will then need to pass the necessary medical assessments. We mustn't forget that Ramos has not played 'normally' since the Spanish Super Cup back in January, where he was only able to feature in the semi-final against Athletic Club de Bilbao.
In early February he underwent surgery on a meniscus injury in his left knee. After recovering from the operation, he got injured again while on international duty with Spain. Ramos suffered another injury in the return leg of the Champions League tie against Chelsea, which was the last game he played for Los Blancos.
After passing the medical assessments, Sergio Ramos will sign a two-year deal that will last until the end of the 2022-23 season.
He is set to earn the same salary that he was asking for in his contract negotiations with Real Madrid, where he wanted a two-year deal instead of the one-year extension offered by the club. According to SPORT sources, the Seville-born defender is set to land roughly 10.5 million euros (net) for each year of his deal. This works out as 21 million euros (42 million euros gross) over the next two seasons. This is the amount that was on the table in negotiations with his former club, including the 10% pay cut that the club were insisting on as a result of Covid-19.
Sergio Ramos is set to become a team mate of Neymar and Mbappé, and will bring valuable leadership to the group coached by Mauricio Pochettino.