Al-Nassr dream of getting Sergio Ramos to play along with Cristiano Ronaldo

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With a contract that ends next June, Sergio Ramos has not received any extension offer from PSG. According to Marca, the Spaniard has generated some interest in Al-Nassr and the Saudi Arabia club intend to send him an offer soon.

Will Cristiano Ronaldo and Sergio Ramos soon meet again wearing the same shirt? That could be the case, whether that is with Ronaldo joining PSG or Ramos moving on from his days in Paris to play for Al-Nassr.

For several weeks now, the powerful Saudi club has been working on the signing of the Portuguese striker, who has been free since he terminated his contract with Manchester United.

The club hopes to be able to strike a blow soon by announcing the arrival of the five-time Ballon d'Or and they are not going to settle for that.

A reunion between Sergio Ramos and Cristiano Ronaldo might be in the works

According to information from Marca, the club coached by Rudi Garcia is also pursuing the dream of signing Sergio Ramos, who will be a free next June. At 36 years old, the Spanish defender has yet to receive any extension offer, let alone sign one, from PSG.

The board of directors of the Saudi club plans to travel to Madrid in the near future to make progress on the many planned projects. It is expected that on this occasion an offer will be presented to the former captain of Los Blancos.

The intentions of the Parisian no. 4 are still unknown, though. Until now, Ramos has always left the door open to an extension of his adventure in the French capital.

The veteran defender dreams of helping his chances at a potential return to the Spain national team by staying in Europe and playing competitive level at a top-tier club such as PSG.

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At the moment, PSG seem to be focusing more on the contract renewals of Lionel Messi, Presnel Kimpembe, and Marquinhos, with the latter the closest to inking a new deal with the Parisian organization.