Real Madrid not interested in signing four-time Champions League winning defender with 101 goals

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Real Madrid have no interest in bringing PSG defender Sergio Ramos back to the Santiago Bernabeu this summer, according to The Hard Tackle.

Ramos left Real Madrid for French champions Paris Saint-Germain as a free agent last summer after 16 years at the Spanish capital.

The 36 year old centre-back could soon be surplus to requirements after Paris Saint-Germain appointed Christophe Galtier as their new manager.

Ramos is one of the most successful players in Real Madrid’s history, with the 36 year old centre-back making 671 appearances for Real Madrid, scoring 101 goals and providing 40 assists.

His time at Real Madrid came to an end last summer after he failed to reach an agreement with Real Madrid over the terms of a new contract.

His move to Paris Saint-Germain has not worked out due to a spate of fitness issues that restricted him to just 12 appearance in the league last season.

Real Madrid have moved on from the era of Ramos and see no need to bring the centre-back back to the club after winning the Champions League and La Liga with the centre-back pairing of David Alaba and Eder Militao last season.

With Antonio Rudiger arriving from Chelsea as a free agent this summer, Real Madrid are even more equipped for the new season.

Meanwhile, Real Madrid president Florentino Perez has turned down the opportunity to sign Real Madrid legend Cristiano Ronaldo this summer, according to Marca.

Ronaldo tried to return to Real Madrid last summer before he joined Manchester United but Perez wasn’t interested in bringing back the 37 year old forward.

Ronaldo is keen on leaving Manchester United this summer as he wants to play Champions League football but Real has closed the door to a possible return.

Ronaldo is Real Madrid’s all-time leading goalscorer with 451 goals in 438 appearances.

He scored 312 in LaLiga, 105 in the Champions League, 22 in the Copa del Rey, six in the Club World Cup, four in the Spanish Super Cup and two in the UEFA Super Cup.

Ronaldo joined Real from Manchester United in 2009 before leaving for Juventus in 2018.