Sergio Ramos’ glamorous wife Pilar Rubio appears to drop transfer hint

Sergio Ramos’ wife Pilar Rubio has offered a cryptic hint about the future of the Real Madrid player beyond this season.

The defender has become an icon at the Bernabeu since joining the club in 2005, winning five La Liga titles and four Champions Leagues.

Though he has struggled with injury this season, causing him to miss a significant number of matches in the Spanish top-flight.

When fit though, he has been selected in Zinedine Zidane’s starting line-up, with Los Blancos currently third in La Liga.

Despite his status as a club legend though, his contract is up at the end of the season, with negotiations between Real and Ramos failing to progress.

But now, Ramos’ wife has appeared to hint that Ramos is close to making a decision about his future, be that breaking the stalemate to stay in the Spanish capital, or departing the Bernabeu.

Rubio is a journalist and presenter, who became famous for her appearances on Sé lo que hicisteis…, a Spanish comedy show.

She began a relationship with Ramos in 2012, with the couple having four children together and marrying in June 2019.

The 43-year-old has 5.4 million followers on Instagram, with one of her latest posts suggesting that the family are close to deciding in which city their future lies.

Alongside an image of her sitting against some steps, Rubio used the caption “Let’s see what this spring has in store for us…”.

Supporters have jumped on that mysterious message as a clue that the months of uncertainty regarding his future are set to soon be over.

The post has received more than 77,000 ‘likes’ since being posted five days ago, with Madrid fans hoping it means their icon is staying.

Paris Saint-Germain and Manchester United are both believed to be interested in signing the 34-year-old, who has continued to be one of Europe’s best defenders.

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