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Sergio Ramos may continue his career in US

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MLS expansion side San Diego FC is in advanced talks with Spanish defender Sergio Ramos, Report informs with reference to the Athletic.

A deal is not yet agreed or finalized, but the expectation is Ramos would be a designated player if he signs. Ramos will be a free agent this summer after his contract with Sevilla expires and is not expected to renew his deal with his boyhood club, two sources briefed on the situation said.

Spanish defender has other offers around the globe in addition to San Diego, which will debut in MLS in 2025.

Ramos, 38, is one of the most decorated defenders in the history of world football. He won four Champions League trophies with Real Madrid as well as five La Liga titles. He won two French league titles with PSG after leaving Madrid and returned to Sevilla this year, where he has made 34 appearances in all competitions (all starts).

He earned 180 caps for the Spanish national team and was a key starter in the team’s historic run in which it won the 2010 World Cup and back-to-back Euros in 2008 and 2012.

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