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What luxuries would Sergio Ramos have to continue his career in MLS?

By Alexis Almosnino


What luxuries would Sergio Ramos have to continue his career in MLS?

After the confirmation of his departure from Real Madrid, the parade of teams interested in the defender began. New York City is among the candidates.

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After Real Madrid confirmed in a statement that Sergio Ramos would not continue in the merengue club, rumors about his possible destinations began to sound, and although it is not the option with the most possibilities, Major League Soccer could become the destination of the 35-year-old player.

Until now, the captain of Real Madrid arouses interest in several MLS teams, but the main candidate would be New York City, a team that belongs to the same company as Pep Guardiola's Manchester City, which would also be following in the footsteps of the experienced central defender.

Another team that might be looking to have an interest in Sergio Ramos is David Beckham's Inter Miami. However, the recent record fine he received from the MLS for transferring irregularities in 2020 saw his hiring budget squeeze in future campaigns. MLS is an attractive destination for players who have already triumphed in Europe, such as the most recent case of Gonzalo Higuaín, who was Ramos's former teammate at Real Madrid, who arrived at Inter Miami in 2020 after saying goodbye to Juventus or Javier. 'Chicharito' Hernández, who also arrived in the Los Angeles Galaxy last season.

Despite his 35 years, Sergio Ramos would also have tempting offers to continue in the Old Continent, so the MLS option does not look so strong. Manchester City would be the main candidate for the Sevillian, although not the only team interested in adding the former Real Madrid. Paris Saint-Germain, where his former teammate Keylor Navas plays, also starts with good options to get the services of Sergio Ramos. while in England also Chelsea and Manchester United would be interested in the player who won 22 titles in 16 seasons with the merengue team.


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