This Tuesday March 30, Sergio Ramos has turned 35 years old. However, the veteran defender’s future remains very much unresolved.
With his contract expiring at the end of the season, the Spain international has yet to put pen to paper on a new deal and is free to talk to other clubs.
Ramos has an offer on the table from Real Madrid, but, as MARCA understands, that offer expires at the end of March and, with time running out on that front, the distance between player and club looks greater than ever.
Los Blancos have, naturally, had an eye on the market, just in case, with David Alaba a prime target.
It isn’t just Ramos‘ future that is of concern, however, with everything pointing to the fact that Raphael Varane‘s renewal will be complicated as well. Add to that an unconvincing Eder Militao and the only secure option remaining is Nacho.
What’s next in Ramos’ contract situation?
As we move into April, Real Madrid will have to start making some big decisions with regards to future planning, although Ramos could yet backtrack and accept Florentino Perez‘s offer of another season.
Ramos has remained quiet on his future and has not made any public comment on the matter, but it is noteworthy that, with 90 days left on his deal, the Real Madrid captain’s future is unknown.
After being left on the bench by Luis Enrique against Georgia, Ramos is expected to return to the Spain line-up on Wednesday against Kosovo, before heading back to Madrid on Thursday.
The national team boss maintains that Ramos is in great shape and available to play, despite his unusual position as an unused sub at the weekend.