Will Presnel Kimpembe's injury lead to a Sergio Ramos extension?
Although his current contract ends in June 2024, Sergio Ramos has yet to receive an extension offer from PSG. Even though the remainder of the season will be taken into account, Presnel Kimpembe's injury could favor the Spaniard, according to media outlet Mundo Deportivo.
There are barely four months left before Sergio Ramos' contract with the French capital team expires. At the moment, PSG has not yet offered any renewal offer to the Spanish veteran.
With that, we're just left to wait to find out the position of the club when it comes to linking their future to the retired international footballer further down the line.
According to Mundo Deportivo, though, the Parisian board ishas decided to wait for the crucial second leg against Bayern Munich in the Champions League to speak with their 36-year-old defender and analyze his situation among the Parisian ranks.
In addition to this Champions League match, another criterion could well be taken into account: the long-term unavailability of center-back Presnel Kimpembe.
Sergio Ramos, Milan Skriniar, Kimpembe, and Marquinhos, all together in Paris?
The recent injury to PSG's no. 3, which will keep him on the shelves until well into next season, could be a determining factor for Sergio Ramos' future in Paris.
Also according to the Catalan outlet, Paris Saint-Germain would not like to weaken their defense for next year's campaign. For this reason, and despite the expected arrival of Milan Skriniar this summer, the extension of Ramos is still a possibility.
The former Real Madrid captain showed a much better version of himself during the last few important games (Bayern and Marseille), and his recent performances may well be an additional positive factor when negotiating a new contract.
However, according to Mundo Deportivo, other clubs are interested in the Spaniard's services, especially from the Gulf region, where his former teammate Cristiano Ronaldo now plays and might be waiting to share a pitch with his fellow European champion.