Cristiano Ronaldo could reportedly meet his former Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos in Saudi Arabia as Al-Nassr is said to have expressed interest in the Paris Saint-Germain player.

Ramos and Ronaldo made more than 330 appearances together for the Spanish club during the better part of a decade they spent playing together, but both have since left the club. The Portugal international left to join Juventus in 2018 and moved to Manchester United three years later before leaving Old Trafford by mutual consent in November to precipitate a move to the Kingdom.

Ramos swapped the Spanish capital for the French capital in 2021, signing a two-year contract as a free agent with PSG, which expires next summer. Just days after retiring from international football as the most capped Spanish player of all time after representing his country 180 times, rumors are swirling about his career at the club.

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Spanish sports newspaper MARCA reports that Al-Nassr figures “have already contacted the defender’s entourage to express their interest” in pairing the player with Ronaldo again. The Madrid publication also claims that the club ‘plans’ to sign both Ramos and his former teammate Luka Modric.

However, it is said that the midfielder “made it clear” that, for now, he wants to stay at Real Madrid for one more season. The report adds that “there is still no response” from Ramos to the interest, but it is said that he is “comfortable” in Paris.

Several players are said to be considering changing their current clubs to follow in Ronaldo’s footsteps this summer. Former United winger Wilfried Zaha is reportedly one of them, as the player has just a few months left on his Crystal Palace contract after turning down several extension offers and is “open to the idea” of play in Saudi Arabia.



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