Sergio Ramos has landed in Sevilla to sign his contract with his boyhood club. The 36-year-old Spanish defender left Real Madrid at the end of last season after 16 years with the club.
Ramos has agreed to a two-year contract with Sevilla, with the option of a third year. He is expected to be officially presented as a Sevilla player on Wednesday.
Ramos is a five-time Champions League winner with Real Madrid. He is also a 19-time La Liga champion and a two-time Copa del Rey winner. He is considered one of the greatest defenders of all time.
Ramos’s return to Sevilla is a homecoming for the player. He was born in the city and started his career with the club’s youth team. He made his senior debut for Sevilla in 2004.
Ramos’s arrival is a major boost for Sevilla. The club finished fourth in La Liga last season and is looking to challenge for the title this year. Ramos’s experience and leadership will be invaluable to Sevilla’s quest for silverware.
Here are some other details about Ramos’s move to Sevilla:
- He will reportedly earn €6 million per year.
- He will wear the number 4 jersey, which he also wore during his first spell with Sevilla.
- He is expected to be available for Sevilla’s first La Liga match of the season against Rayo Vallecano on August 14.
Ramos’s move to Sevilla is a major coup for the club. He is a world-class defender and his arrival will be a huge boost to Sevilla’s chances of success in the coming years.