Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) have made contact with Sergio Ramos according to reports.
The race to sign the former Real Madrid captain hots up.
Ramos will be a free agent when his trophy-laden 16 years at Madrid comes to an end at the end of the month.
The defender departed the Bernabeu after both parties failed to agree on a contract extension.
Several clubs are keen on signing the veteran defender.
But it is PSG who are currently at the head of the queue and who have made first contact with the player.
PSG makes initial contact
PSG have made initial contact over signing former Real Madrid centre-back Ramos.
Although no bid has been made, there have been several conversations over the 35-year-old moving to France.
Reports can confirm that two Premier League clubs and one from Serie A, are also keen on bringing in Ramos.
He is leaving Madrid after 16 years with the Liga giants.
Ramos revealed on June 18 that he was willing to stay put at the Bernabeu.
Although he claimed that Madrid withdrew their offer of a one-year extension as there was an “expiration date”.
The Spain international wants a two-year contract with his next club, while Champions League football is also a requirement.
Manchester United, Chelsea and Manchester City have been linked with Ramos.
Meanwhile AC Milan, Roma, Juventus and Inter have also been mooted.
PSG are, however, the overwhelming favourites to land the ex-Madrid captain.
Ramos sees a switch to the French capital as an appealing option.