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FilGoal | News | Report: Sevilla makes a 5-year offer to Ramos

The Spanish radio esRadio said that the Seville club made an offer for Sergio Ramos, the captain of Real Madrid, for a period of 5 years.

He indicated that the Andalusian team wanted to restore the 35-year-old veteran defender.

Ramos played in Seville from 2002 to 2005 before moving to Real Madrid for 27 million euros.

Ramos did not renew his contract with Real Madrid, which expires on June 30.

And the Spanish newspaper El Desmarque earlier published pictures of Rene Ramos, the player’s brother, and wrote that he was having dinner with Monchi, the sporting director of Seville.

Ramos has not decided his fate yet, will he continue with Real Madrid or move to another club?

Reports said that many clubs are interested in acquiring the Spanish player, most notably Paris Saint-Germain.

Ramos is considered one of the best defenders in the history of Real Madrid and Spain.

He won 22 titles with his club and won the Euro twice and the 2010 World Cup with his country.

Ramos represented Real Madrid in 671 matches, scoring 101 goals and sending 40 assists.

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