This news comes shortly after Lionel Messi’s confirmed exit, marking another high-profile departure from the club.
Expressing his sentiments on Twitter, Ramos stated:
“Tomorrow holds a special significance for me as I bid farewell to yet another chapter of my life, bidding adieu to PSG.”
The 37-year-old football legend, who had joined PSG from Real Madrid in 2021, he made 57 appearances for the club and clinched two French titles during his tenure.
In praise of Ramos, PSG president Nasser Al-Khelaifi acknowledged:
“Sergio’s exceptional leadership, team spirit, professionalism, and his wealth of experience at the highest level establish him as a true football icon. It was an absolute honor to have him in Paris.”
Ramos, Spain’s most-capped player and a recipient of the World Cup and two European Championships, enjoyed a trophy-laden career at Real Madrid, securing five La Liga titles and four Champions League triumphs.
His invaluable expertise, coupled with the arrival of serial winner Lionel Messi at PSG in the same summer, was seen as pivotal in guiding the club to their elusive Champions League glory.
Despite enduring injury setbacks in his first season in the French capital, Ramos made more significant contributions during the current campaign.
Unfortunately, he couldn’t prevent PSG from suffering elimination in the round of 16 of the Champions League for the second consecutive year.