According to a report from Spanish website Onda Cero, Paris Saint-Germain are interested in signing rumoured Tottenham target Sergio Ramos and have made offered him a substantial three-year contract.

Ramos was reportedly one of the targets on Tottenham’s radar as Jose Mourinho looks to bolster his options in central defence (Evening Standard).

Previous reports indicated that the 34-year-old was trying to get the best terms possible since this was likely to be his last big contract, while Real Madrid were looking to make significant cuts in player salaries due to the financial impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.

It was revealed this month that the World Cup winner had rejected a one-year extension offered by the Spanish giants.

Onda Cero now claim that PSG have offered Ramos a three-year contract worth €15m-a-year (£13.2m) and that Madrid are not willing to match the offer due to their financial circumstances.

The report asserts that the experienced centre-back could be on his way to Paris but it is not made clear whether he is likely to move before the January transfer window closes or when his contract with Los Blancos runs out at the end of the season.

Spurs Web Opinion

If it is true that PSG have offered Ramos around £250,000-a-week, then I cannot see Tottenham matching the offer, even if the defender is available on a free transfer.

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