Sergio Ramos, the former defender for Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain, is making a return to his childhood club, Sevilla.
The LaLiga side announced that Ramos will be joining them as a free agent.
After his contract with PSG expired, Ramos was in advanced talks with Sevilla, choosing to stay closer to home rather than considering offers from other clubs such as Al Ittihad, Galatasaray, FC Porto, and MLS.
Ramos left Sevilla at the age of 19 to join Real Madrid, where he spent 16 years and achieved great success, including winning four Champions League titles and five LaLiga trophies.
He then moved to PSG in 2021 and won two Ligue 1 titles during his time in France.
Ramos is also Spain’s most capped international player and has won the World Cup in 2010 and two European Championships before retiring from international football in February.
This article was updated 4 weeks ago