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Sergio Ramos Next Club Odds

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Sergio Ramos Next Club Odds

Real Madrid club captain Sergio Ramos could be set to leave the Santiago Bernabeu, with the Spanish international’s contract set to expire in the summer. Ramos, who will be 35-years-old when his contract runs out has played for Real since signing from Sevilla for £27m in the summer of 2005, making 667 appearances, scoring a staggering 100 goals, as well as making 40 assists, despite being a defender.

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Sergio Ramos transfer odds: Juventus

Italian giants Juventus are the favourites to sign Ramos at 8/1. Andrea Pirlo’s side have suffered several defensive injuries this season which has ruled the likes of Giorgio Chiellini out for nine of their 16 league games so far this season, as well as Turkish international Merih Demiral who recently suffered a muscle injury and missed six games in the Serie A. Chiellini will be 37-years-old at the start of next season, whilst the likes of Leonardo Bonucci will be 34-years-old. Signing the likes Ramos will give Juve more defensive depth as well as potentially allowing Pirlo to switch to a five at the back formation which was very successful in his playing days under Antonio Conte at the Juventus Stadium.

The Old Lady have a history of signing players in a similar age bracket to Ramos that have a low resale value, such as the Real captain’s former teammate Cristiano Ronaldo in the summer of 2018.

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Sergio Ramos transfer odds: Manchester City

Manchester City are the second favourites to sign Ramos as they look to further strengthen their defence. Signing the likes of Ramos would bring a more experienced presence to City’s current centre back partnership of John Stones and summer signing Ruben Dias, alike that of Vincent Kompany who was instrumental in City’s last title win in 2018/19. This could see a chain reaction in City’s defence, with Nathan Ake being utilised more often as a left-back, an area of the pitch which is arguably the Citizens’ weakest.

Pep Guardiola does tend to sign Spanish players in general, with the likes of Nolito, Angelino, Rodri and Ferran Torres all joining since his move to the Etihad, and is no stranger in signing more experienced ones, as he did when Xabi Alonso joined his Bayern Munich side in the summer of 2014.

City have the odds of 11/1 to sign Real’s captain.

Sergio Ramos transfer odds: Chelsea

Chelsea come in as third favourites to sign Ramos, as Frank Lampard’s side have struggled for clean sheets in the last month or so, as prior to their 4-0 thrashing of League Two side Morecambe in the FA Cup at the weekend, the Stamford Bridge club had kept just one clean sheet in their last eight matches in all competitions.

Roman Abramovich’s club have already signed an experienced centre back this season in Thiago Silva, so it may come across as an odd move to be looking at Ramos due to his age, but arguably this season the Brazilian has been the club’s best central defender, which could prompt Chelsea to opt for a veteran centre-back pairing as they often play a deep defensive line.

Ramos is priced at 12/1 to move to Stamford Bridge.

Sergio Ramos transfer odds: Manchester United Odds

The final team on the list are Manchester United who are rumoured to be looking to bolster their defensive options, as they are in the hunt to take the Premier League title back to Old Trafford for the first time since the 2012/13 season.

United have the 13th best defence in the league despite currently being top of the table, and with persistent injury problems for the likes of Axel Tuanzebe and Eric Bailly, the signing of Ramos would mean that they would have an ever-present centre back to partner club captain Harry Maguire. Something that United particularly struggle to deal with is set-pieces, which are the sort of situations the Spaniard thrives upon, as proven when he scored a stoppage-time equaliser in the 2014 Champions League final against Atletico Madrid before Los Blancos went on to win the game 4-1 after extra time.

United have the odds of 14/1 to sign Ramos.