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Sergio Ramos still 'holding out for a two-year contract extension' at despite negotiations being deadlocked since January as defender considers his options Los Blancos would prefer to offer the 35-year-old centre half a one-year contract  With the veteran's deal expiring this summer it is looking more likely he could go The expected arrival of Bayern Munich's David Alaba will bolster their backline

By Max Mathews For Mailonline

Published: 12:35 BST, 1 May 2021 | Updated: 12:35 BST, 1 May 2021

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Sergio Ramos is reportedly still demanding a two-year contract extension with two months left on his current deal at .

The 35-year-old defender - whose deal expires this summer - is captain for the Spanish giants, but negotiations are said to have been locked in stalemate since January.

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According to Marca, centre half Ramos believes he deserves fresh terms until the summer of 2023 given his exemplary long-term service to the club, while the Spanish giants would prefer a one-year offer.

Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos is reportedly holding out for a two-year contract extension

captain Sergio Ramos is reportedly holding out for a two-year contract extension

Both parties are keen for a resolution to the standoff, but with the veteran's

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