Spaniard Sergio Ramos, the 36-year-old French defender of Paris Saint-Germain, wants to stay 4 or 5 additional seasons in the stadiums, according to what he revealed to the “Prime Video” platform.

Ramos joined the Qatari-owned team last July until June 2023, after winning the Champions League 4 times with Real Madrid, the 2010 World Cup and the European Cup twice with his country.

“I would like to play for four or five years at the first level, before moving on to a new experience,” Ramos told the French Ligue 1 broadcaster. “I signed for two years here with Paris Saint-Germain, and we will try to make it three, then we will see.”

“As long as I can survive physically, I think I can stay focused,” added Ramos, who held the colors of Real Madrid for a long time between 2005 and 2021.

Since coming to Saint-Germain, Ramos has faced problems and injuries to his calf, which forced him to leave his team for the first five months of the season.

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