PSG superstar Sergio Ramos says he wants to stay in top level football for another five years. The 35-year-old, who joined PSG on a free transfer after his Real Madrid contract expired last summer, said he hoped to renew his current contract with the French club.
Sergio Ramos, who has been sidelined with an injury since the end of last season, has only played seven games against the French club this season. He missed the Euro and Nations League matches with the Spanish team, but is hopeful of recovering from the current situation.
“I want to stay in top level football for four or five years and then move on to another experience. I have two years in PSG and we will try to make it three years. Let’s see what happens after that. If the physical issues are right I can focus more and move on.”
“I want to play for the best team in the world, not the best player, because football is a collective sport and winning as a team. I want to play in the World Championships and the Champions League before I can be the best. For everything, you need team action.” Ramos talking to Amazon Prime Said.
Despite Ramos’ wishes, it is doubtful that it will happen if he is not physically fit. The player, who is constantly injured, last played in a match full time in January. If this situation continues, it is certain that the player will lose his chance even in the Spanish team for the Qatar World Cup.
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