Sergio Ramos has offers from 3 big clubs

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Sergio Ramos has reportedly received offers from a trio of European giants as he looks to begin life after his 16-year stay at Real Madrid.

With Ramos officially becoming a free agent on Thursday, the 35-year-old is understood to be considering three offers, from Manchester City, Bayern Munich, and Paris Saint-Germain, according to ESPN.

City manager Pep Guardiola reportedly believes a defender with the Spaniard's experience would complement the younger options already in his squad.

It is claimed the Citizens are willing to offer Ramos a two-year contract at the Etihad, which they would "reassess" in the summer of 2023, according to The Sun. Additionally, he could stay at City for a third season, or then move to the City Football Group's Major League Soccer franchise, New York City FC.

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Ramos' potential transfer to the Citizens could also coincide with the rumoured exit of Aymeric Laporte, who reportedly wants a move back to LaLiga.

However, the former Los Blancos captain is said to have reservations about a move to the Etihad as he is reportedly concerned about the "impact" a move to Manchester would have on his four sons and wife Pilar Rubio, and the same has been said of a transfer to Bundesliga champions Bayern.

The Bavarians could look to get the Spain international in after David Alaba's move to Real as a free agent was confirmed earlier this month.

According to ESPN, there were informal discussions between Ramos' camp and PSG last season, but the French club did not want to make their interest concrete until the player's exit from Los Blancos became official, with talks between the two parties having reportedly reopened since.

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