Sergio Ramos has agreed a new endorsement extension with Nike

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Real Mardrid’s soccer star, Sergio Ramos, has signed an extension of his contract with Nike. As Sportspromedia informs:

The Real Madrid and Spain captain has signed a four-year deal with the US sports manufacturer, which Spanish outlets AS and Marca report to be worth €2milion (US$2.1 million) a year. Ramos will exclusively wear Nike boots and lend his image to the Oregon-based company’s numerous soccer campaigns. The agreement follows months of negations between the two parties since Ramos’ ten-year deal with Nike expired in June. As a result, the Spaniard had been forced to play for club and country in blacked out boots this season, because of a six-month non-compete clause. Ramos had been subject to rumours linking him with rival manufacturer Adidas.

Sergio Ramos


$2.1 million a year

4 years


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