Real Madrid veteran Sergio Ramos joined PSG on a free transfer.
The Spaniard has joined French heavyweights on a two-year deal bringing his 16-year association with the club to an end.
Amid interests from PSG and Man United, he joined PSG on a two-year contract.
On his move, Ramos said: “The best place to keep on dreaming, the best club to keep on winning. We’re going to fight with everything we have for everything. Allez PSG.”
The 35-year old was not happy how he was forced out of the club due to issues over his contract.
Speaking at his farewell ceremony he said: “I would like to clarify that I never wanted to leave Real Madrid, I always wanted to continue here. The club offered me the chance to renew my contract, but with COVID and everything it kept being put off.
“Then in the last months the club made me an offer of one year, with a drop in salary. Money was never a problem, the president knew from my mouth that my issue was contract length — I wanted two years, for me and my family.
“I was never told that there was an expiry date to the offer. I thought it was just part of the negotiation – as always has happened over 16 years. But then I was told time had run out.
“I don’t know why this offer had an expiry date, without being told, while there was a negotiation. Maybe I misunderstood, but nobody had told me the offer could be withdrawn.”