Sergio Ramos started his professional football career at Sevilla after going through the club's youth system.
Since then, he has been without a club but continued to train alone until recently when speculations started making the rounds that he could return to Sevilla.
That became a reality earlier today, September 4, when Sergio Ramos confirmed that he has completed his return to Sevilla as a free agent.
Ramos who earned a record 180 caps for Spain, helped the country to win the 2010 World Cup, and two European Championships, signed a year deal with Sevilla who are currently occupying the last spot in the La Liga table.
“It's a very special day, returning home is always a tremendous joy,” Ramos said.
“I am happy to return and try to contribute as soon as possible, which is the important thing.”