The end of the season is approaching in Spain and there's much talk about the busy transfer market that is looming in the country of the old continent where two of the main references of the Spanish league could say goodbye to their respective teams. Lionel Messi and Sergio Ramos could be released if they don't reach an agreement with Barcelona and Real Madrid before June 30, the date on which their contracts with the entities would end.
Although the future of the Argentine captain seems to be on track to continue in the Catalan institution, that of the merengue emblem would not run with the same outcome and rumors about his departure from the White House increased after an image was viralized through social networks.
This Wednesday, a photo began to circulate in which René Ramos, brother and representative of the experienced Spanish defender, could be seen with Monchi, sports director of Sevilla, a team in which the center-back made his debut in 2003 before emigrating to Madrid in 2005.
While many users were convinced that this meeting they held in a Spanish restaurant took place to discuss some economic and sporting issues in their possible return, others recalled that the Andalusian agent also has clients that make up the rojiblanco first team.
Although neither of the two protagonists spoke publicly about this meeting, it should be noted that goalkeeper Juan Soriano and midfielder Óscar Rodríguez are represented by Ramos and will have to decide how to continue their professional careers. While Soriano will return from Málaga after leaving on loan the previous season, Rodríguez has only a few minutes in the first team.