Real Madrid ‘STILL haven’t opened contract talks with Sergio Ramos’ despite captain’s current deal expiring next year… and coronavirus crisis could mean his wages are slashed
- Spanish veteran Sergio Ramos is facing an uncertain time at Real Madrid
- Ramos has played a staggering 640 games for Madrid since joining in 2005
- However, the centre back’s contract with Spanish giants expires next summer
- The financial fall-out from the coronavirus crisis could see Ramos’ wages cut
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Sergio Ramos is facing an anxious wait regarding his Real Madrid future as the club have reportedly still not opened contract talks with the centre back.
Ramos, who has played a staggering 640 games for Madrid since joining from Sevilla in 2005, sees his contract at the Bernabeu expire next summer.
And according to Spanish publication AS, he is no closer to signing a new deal with Madrid yet to open discussions regarding his future.
Spanish paper AS run the headline: ‘Start the count down’ with Sergio Ramos’ future uncertain
Before the coronavirus pandemic plagued the footballing calendar, Madrid didn’t view Ramos’ future as a priority – believing they could have raised the issue during next season.
The report also claims that Madrid would want to offer Ramos just a one-year contract extension until 2022 but the veteran centre back would like two more years at the Bernabeu.
Despite not yet holding discussions over a potential new deal, the Madrid captain did reportedly speak to the club to agree a salary reduction amid the coronavirus crisis.
The 34-year-old centre back’s contract expires at the Bernabeu next summer
AS have claimed that the agreement to cut his wages has left Ramos in a good position to extend his future in the Spanish capital beyond next summer.
Since joining from fellow La Liga outfit Sevilla 15 years ago, Ramos has become one of Madrid’s biggest club legends.
The 34-year-old Madrid captain has won all there is to win at the Bernabeu, including four Champions League titles, as many FIFA Club World Cup’s and La Liga crowns, and two Copa del Rey’s.
The Spaniard has lifted all there is to be won with the La Liga giants since joining in 2005
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