Former Real Madrid captain, Sergio Ramos, has finally accepted a two-year deal from Paris Saint-Germain.
According to Italian transfer expert, Fabrizio Romano, the deal will see Ramos remain at PSG until June 2023.
Romano disclosed this in a tweet via his Twitter handle on Thursday evening.
He said that PSG would officially announce Ramos’s deal later this month.
“Ramos will sign until June 2023 – now PSG are planning to announce Hakimi, Ramos and Donnarumma deals within 15 days.”
Ramos had drawn the interest of Manchester City and Bayern Munich in the past.
The 35-year-old officially left Real Madrid last month after spending 16 years at the club.
The Spain international won 22 trophies during his time at Real Madrid.
The centre-back joined Real Madrid in 2005 in a €27 million move from Sevilla.