Ramos invites Messi to stay at his house, again

August 12, 2021

According to El País journalist Juan Irigoyen, Ramos has already contacted Messi, who just landed in Paris this week after signing for PSG, to offer up his home to the former Barca player and his family while they look for a new residence in the French capital.
“If you and your family prefer to be in a house rather than in a hotel, you can stay at mine,” the 35-year old defender reportedly told his new teammate, with Irigoyen citing sources close to Ramos.
Ramos, former skipper of Real Madrid, had many heated moments with his once arch-nemesis Messi, the ex-Barca captain.
However, now that PSG have acquired Messi, the Spanish defender, who also moved to Paris earlier this season after failing to extend his contract with Real Madrid, is now set to share the same dressing room with the Argentine despite how unfathomable it may seem to many Real and Barca fans.
And according to Irigoyen’s sources, Ramos will now ‘defend Messi as one of his own’.
“Sergio admires and respects Leo a lot. Before, the situation was what it was, now he will defend him as one of his own,” the source added.
Messi is reportedly staying at a hotel in Paris with his family as PSG are trying to find a permanent home for Messi and his family, while also searching for schools for Messi’s three kids.
However, this is not the first time that Ramos has offered Messi a place to stay. Back in March this year, when both Ramos and Messi were still at their old clubs in Spain, Ramos extended a surprise home-share offer to Messi.
The former Real defender had said that should the Argentine decide to leave the Camp Nou for the Bernabeu when his contract expires this year he could stay with the Ramos family while he went house hunting.
“Of course, 100%!,” Ramos had said on Twitch show ‘Charlando Tranquilamente’ when asked if he would welcome Messi to Real.
“He could stay at mine for the first week or so. He can find his feet and get comfy, I’d be more than happy to do that,” Ramos added.

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