Spanish legend must take pay cut to stay at PSG

Spanish legend must take pay cut to stay at PSG

Spanish legend must take pay cut to stay at PSG

Former Real Madrid and Spain legend Sergio Ramos must take a 50% pay cut if he wants to stay at Paris Saint-Germain next season.

The 37-year-old central defender has enjoyed a good individual campaign in his second year in the French capital, playing in 31 of his side’s 36 Ligue 1 matches and all eight of PSG’s Champions League fixtures this season, with a point against Strasbourg on Saturday wrapping up the Parisians ninth league title in 11 years.

Spain legend Sergio Ramos offered new cut-price deal to stay at PSG

Ramos is set to be out of contract at PSG on 30 June and according to Spanish newspaper MARCA, the World Cup winner will be offered a new one-year deal to stay at the club but only if he accepts a contract that would cut his wages in half.

The ex-Sevilla and Real Madrid has attracted interest from clubs in Saudi Arabia but sources close to the player believe it would be Ramos’ preference to stay in Europe as the veteran still believes he can play at the top level.

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