Real Madrid star Sergio Ramos – who is into his last six months of his contract – – has made a stunning revelation lately. According to Spanish publication El Chiringuito TV report, Ramos has informed Madrid president Florentino Perez that Paris Saint-Germain has told him that they want to form a team with him (Ramos) and Lionel Messi.Also Read - Indian Super League 2021: Mumbai City FC Beat Bengaluru FC In A Scorching Encounter

“At PSG they have told me that they will make a team with me and with Messi,” Ramos was quoted as saying. Also Read - Real Sociedad vs Real Madrid Live Streaming La Liga Santander in India: When and Where to Watch RS vs RM Live Stream Football Match Online on Voot, Jio TV; Telecast on MTV

This also means that Messi and Ramos will unite with Kylian Mbappe, Neymar and Angel DiMaria at the French club. That would make a star-studded line-up – if the dream union happens! Also Read - Barcelona vs Betis Live Streaming La Liga Santander in India: When and Where to Watch BAR vs RB Live Stream Football Match Online on Voot, Jio TV; Telecast on MTV

Considering Madrid is looking for an experienced center-back and Ramos in all probability will be the one they lure.

Meanwhile, it is no secret that PSG is interesting in getting the Barcelona captain’s services – along with Manchester City – for the upcoming season.

It would be interesting to see how PSG can financially lap up the two world-class stars during the times of the pandemic. The French giants may not have to pay a transfer fee as their contract ends – yet, considering they are top athletes – would be interesting to see how much they demand.

Recently, Messi became the first foreigner to make 500 appearances in Spain’s La Liga as Barcelona beat bottom side Huesca 1-0 on Sunday. It was their first match of the New Year.

In 2020 – after the Champions League exit against Bayern Munich – Messi informed the club that he wanted to leave Camp Nou. In a few day’s time, the Argentinian footballer made a dramatic U-turn and decided to stay back at Camp Nou till the end of the ongoing season.

One thing for certain – the transfer market is bound to heat up!