Roma made an offer for Sergio Ramos, and the Spanish defender asked for time to think.
According to the Italian network “Sport Mediaset”, the Italian club offered a salary of 7.5 million euros to the former Real Madrid captain.
Ramos announced in a press conference a few days ago his departure from Real Madrid after 15 years, during which he wore the royal shirt.
The report added that the Giallorossi offered Ramos, 35, a two-year contract, and 12 million euros less than the salary he received at Real Madrid.
What may enhance Ramos’s accession is the “sponsorship decree”, as he will be entitled to pay 100,000 euros in taxes only on any revenue from outside Italy such as sponsorship rights and photos, a tax decree that applies to arrivals from outside Italy for a period of two years.
Ramos asked for some time to think about the offer.
The name of the Spanish defender was linked to joining Paris Saint-Germain, Manchester United and Seville, but Ramos denied the possibility of returning to his former team.
And if Ramos joins Roma, he will find Jose Mourinho, the new coach of Wolves, who previously trained him at Real Madrid during 3 seasons in 137 games.