War in Turkey for signing Sergio Ramos

In recent weeks, the name of Sergio Ramos has once again been making headlines in the football world, this time due to the interest in his services from Turkish teams. Galatasaray and Besiktas, two of Turkey’s biggest clubs, are keen to have the veteran Spanish defender in their ranks for next season.

Turkish club Galatasaray were among the first to express interest in Ramos although negotiations are still at an early stage. It is reported that the economic aspect is one of the main obstacles as there is talk of the Sevillian player’s €7.5m salary request to join the Turkish league. Moreover, Besiktas has proven to be a competitor in the race for the former Real Madrid and PSG player’s services.

According to reports from MundoDeportivo, Besiktas have also started talks about signing Ramos for the 2023-2024 season. Both teams are considering a one-year contract and have already made contact with the player’s environment. However, the negotiations could take some time as the transfer market in Turkey runs until September 15, unlike in the Spanish league.

If they come to Europe, they would have more chances

A key factor that could speed up the process is the participation of both teams in the previous stages of European competitions. Both Galatasaray and Besiktas are in contention for a place in continental competitions. If they manage to qualify, UEFA regulations require them to announce their list of players before September 4th.

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