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Sevilla close the door on possible Ramos return

The defender remains without a team and despite being willing to make an economic sacrifice to return to Nervión, the club have closed the door on the possibility.

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Weeks after it was confirmed that he would not continue at Paris Saint-Germain and with time running out before the European transfer markets close, Sergio Ramos is still without a team. The defender has received offers from Saudi Arabia, Turkey and MLS with the player turing these down as the veteran had dreams of a return to his boyhood club Sevilla FC but those hopes are now dashed.

Ramos was keen on a Ramón Sánchez-Pizjuán return to the point where the player was prepared to a significant pay cut despite a potential return to the club splitting opinion among the club’s fanbase with many open to a welcome back for the player from Camas with another sector still angry with the defender for years of what they feel were provocative gestures in Sevilla-Real Madrid games.

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Orta says no

The debate among Sevilla fans is now hypothetical after Víctor Orta, the new sporting director made it quite clear that the door is not open for a Ramos return. Speaking at the presentation of new signing Djibril Sow he stated: “In the current squad have, there is no possibility of Sergio Ramos coming back because there are six central defenders so that option is ruled out”.