In 94 days, Sergio Ramos will no longer be a Real Madrid player and his renewal is getting further and further away from coming into fruition.
The captain wants to extend his contract for two years but the team insists on giving him just a year which the captain is unwilling to compromise.
Sergio Ramos’ future at Real Madrid appears more uncertain than ever with deadlock reportedly reached between the player and the club over a new deal.
Club captain Ramos, who has been at Madrid since moving from Sevilla in 2005, is a free agent at the end of the season with his current contract coming to an end in 94 days’ time.
Yet with the Euros starting on June 11, the 34-year-old has set that date as his personal deadline for a deal but Spanish outlet AS says both parties are yet to resolve an impasse over the length of a new contract, with Ramos preferring a two-year extension as opposed to one.