Sergio Ramos has agreed to sign a two-year contract at Paris Saint-Germain, with the legendary defender set to undergo a medical in the coming days.
Ramos, 35, has been the subject of intense transfer speculation after his Real Madrid contract expired last month
But it appears the Spaniard has found his new home in the shape of Paris, France.
French outlet RMC Sport – via Get French Football News – report that Ramos has accepted PSG’s two-year contract proposal.
He will complete the move subject to a medical, which is expected to take place in a matter of days.
His brother, who also acts as his agent, was in Paris today to finalise the deal.
In opting to join PSG, the decorated centre-back has snubbed a switch to the Premier League – with Manchester City and Manchester United thought to be keen on snapping him up this summer.
Ramos enjoyed a trophy-laden career at Real during his 16 years at the Bernabeu.
He won the lot, including five La Liga titles and an incredible four Champions League titles.
Ramos will look to steer PSG to European glory having failed to deliver the Champions League since their mega-money takeover.
The French giants, meanwhile, are also working on deals for Gianluigi Donnarumma and Achraf Hakimi having already snapped up Georginio Wijnaldum.