Sergio Ramos found a new club: Saudi Arabia is a new destination!

The Spain star will therefore continue his career in Saudi Arabia

by Sead Dedovic
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Sergio Ramos found a new club: Saudi Arabia is a new destination!
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When Sergio Ramos left PSG, he wanted to return to Sevilla, but the doors in Andalusia were closed to him. Galatasaray was also mentioned as a possible destination for his career in the last twenty days, but nothing came of it.

Mourinho led Roma into the race following that, but Ramos received an offer he couldn't refuse while he was waiting for Roma's response. The Spain star will therefore continue his career in Saudi Arabia, specifically with Al-Ittihad.

Al-Ittihad is one of the best teams in Saudi Arabia. They knew that the arrival of Ramos could be a big deal in the rest of the season. A verbal agreement has been reached between Al-Ittihad and Sergio Ramos. Rudy Galetti claims Ramos will become the new player in the Saudi Arabian team if medical tests go well.

The move to Saudi Arabia was initially considered out of reach for Ramos, but he eventually agreed.

Real Madrid and PSG

It was only two seasons that the 37-year-old played in Paris, after spending 16 years in Madrid. As a player for Real Madrid, he won five Spanish championship titles and four Champions League trophies.

He also played for Spain at the 2010 World Cup, which was one of his greatest successes in his career. He won two French championship titles and the French Super Cup during his stay in Paris. During his time at Sevilla, he had no trophies to his name, and we will see if he can win any in the Middle East.

Sergio Ramos will not have a problem getting used to the new league, given that he has enormous experience and great quality behind him. Many European players left their clubs this year and went to Saudi Arabia. Al-Ittihad is one of the clubs that signed the best players. Their ambitions are the biggest this season, and Ramos will be an important link in the whole story.

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