In La Liga Transfer News we have Sergio Ramos, who agreed to return to his boyhood club Sevilla as a free agent, 18 years after leaving for Real Madrid.
Former Spain defender, Sergio Ramos after enjoying a two year spell in PSG colours is set to return to La Liga where he spent most of his life. He has decided to sign for defending Europa League Champions, Sevilla as a free agent.
The 37-year-old has agreed to sign a 1 year contract and it looks like this is where he wants his footballing career to conclude. He could really help Sevilla, who are currently bottom of the league, with the vast experience of his.
It is known that Ramos grew up on the outskirts of Sevilla and joined their academy when he was sir or seven years of age. He made 50 appearances for Sevilla before signing for Real Madrid in 2005 as reported in La Liga Transfer News.
Ramos spent 16 seasons in the Spanish capital, racking up 671 appearances and winning 22 trophies, with five La Liga titles to go alongside his European success.
Ramos also won a World Cup and two European Championships with Spain, earning a record 180 caps over 16 years, while also lifting four Champions League trophies with Real Madrid.
The former Spain captain retired from international football in February, two years after his last appearance when he was told he was not part of coach Luis de la Fuente's plans.