Jose Mourinho is hoping for a reunion with his former Real Madrid club captain Sergio Ramos.
The most capped player ever for the Spanish national team, Ramos is in the final year of his current contract at the Bernabeu, and talks over a new deal for the 34-year-old are currently deadlocked.
He is free to talk to representatives from other clubs in January, and already a number of top sides in Europe have expressed an interest in signing him, amongst them PSG.
Mourinho wants to add experience to his backline, and believes Ramos could do a similar job for his side as Thiago Silva is doing for Chelsea.
Ramos played under Mourinho between 2010 and 2013, winning the league title and the Copa del Rey during that period.
He holds the dubious record of having received the most cards in la Liga, and is both the most booked (171) and sent-off player (20) in the history of that league.
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