Sergio Ramos could be on his way out of Real Madrid after 15 years at the Bernabeu.
Sergio Ramos is planning for life after Real Madrid, according to reports in Spain. The centre-back is apparently eyeing up a reunion with Cristiano Ronaldo at Juventus if contract talks continue to stall.
Ramos' future is currently uncertain, despite his legendary status in the Spanish capital.
The 34-year-old is preparing to enter into the final year of his current contract next season.
As it stands, he will be a free agent in the summer of 2021, but the two parties are still discussing a new deal.
Ramos apparently wants a two-year extension on his current contract, but Madrid only want to offer him one extra year.
Ramos famously turned down Manchester United in 2015, as he opted to sign a new contract instead.
However, the Red Devils are unlikely to enter into a bidding war to sign him this summer.
Instead, he could be in line for a reunion with his old team-mate Ronaldo at Juventus.
The Italian giants are said to be Ramos' backup option if he can't stay at Madrid, according to Spanish outlet SPORT.
Juve could end up going on the hunt for a new defender in the summer if they allow Matthijs de Ligt to leave the club.
De Ligt has failed to make the grade so far at the Allianz Arena, and could be on his way to United at the end of the season, according to various reports.
If so, the door would be open for Ramos to follow Ronaldo to Juventus.
Madrid have until January to tie up an agreement with the Spaniard on a new deal.
If they don't have a deal by then, he will be free to talk with other clubs ahead of a free transfer next summer.
Ramos was linked with a move to the Chinese Super League last season after Madrid were dumped out of the Champions League by Ajax.