Sevilla FC has reportedly reached a verbal agreement with legendary Spanish defender Sergio Ramos to bring him back to the club where his illustrious career began. The news has sent shockwaves through the footballing community, and fans of both Sevilla and Ramos himself are eagerly anticipating his return.
Sergio Ramos, a native of Camas, a town just outside Seville, began his professional career with Sevilla FC in 2002, rising through the ranks of the youth academy before making his first-team debut in February 2004. His time at Sevilla was marked by his emergence as a top-class defender and a leader on the field.
After a successful spell with Sevilla, Ramos made a high-profile move to Real Madrid in the summer of 2005, where he spent 16 illustrious years. During his time at the Spanish capital club, Ramos became a club legend, winning numerous domestic and international titles, including five UEFA Champions League trophies. Now he is back to Sevilla and will now be joining them soon as reported by Fabrizio Romano.