Sergio Ramos, the acclaimed Spanish defender, and Anderson Talisca, the former teammate of Cristiano Ronaldo at Al Nassr, have been on the radar of many football clubs. But one club they won’t be joining is Beşiktaş.
In a recent turn of events, Beşiktaş made it public that negotiations with both players halted. The Turkish club had been keen on acquiring both talents, as evidenced by their official statement: “Successful footballers Anderson Talisca and Sergio Ramos, who occupy important places in the football world due to their qualities and whom every club, every president and every coach would like to have in the team, were on our transfer list.”
The club further clarified, “In this regard, there have been contacts with Anderson Talisca and his club and Sergio Ramos. The negotiations, which were conducted taking into account the interests of our club, were terminated due to disagreements of a financial nature.” This disclosure was made on their social media platforms, further authenticating the news.
“We respectfully present the information to the public and our fans.”Beşiktaş JK
Speculation around Ramos’s next move has been rife. Some whispers suggest destinations such as MLS, Saudi Arabia, or Brazil. However, as of now, he remains unsigned.
Transfermarkt says Sergio Ramos has a market value of 4.5 million euros, while Anderson Talisca boasts a heftier tag of 15 million euros.