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Sergio Ramos Could Continue His Career in the MLS

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The player could leave Sevilla a year after his arrival and end his career on European soil.

Sergio Ramos is one of the players who might leave Sevilla during the next transfer window, a year after his arrival at Nervión, with San Diego FC of the MLS setting their sights on him.

This new franchise in the American league is showing ambition by seeking to sign big names, and Ramos is their latest high-profile target, according to

San Diego FC has been making headlines with potential high-profile signings, including names like Guillermo Ochoa and Hirving ‘Chucky’ Lozano, and even Hugo Sánchez has been mentioned as a candidate to coach the team.

Now, adding to this list of notable names is Sergio Ramos, who currently plays for Sevilla, a club he chose to return to after his stint with Paris Saint Germain.

Everything is up in the air

According to information provided by MLS insider Tom Bogert from The Athletic, Sergio Ramos is in talks with San Diego Football Club to join the team as a franchise player.

This move could represent a significant step both for Ramos and for the growth of soccer in the United States, as the presence of a figure of his caliber could significantly elevate the profile and competitiveness of the MLS, marking the end of the Spanish player’s career in Europe.

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