Paris Saint-Germain's focus is reportedly on Kylian Mbappe and Neymar, not Sergio Ramos.
Ramos has been linked with the Ligue 1 champions with his Real Madrid deal expiring at the end of the season.
But PSG seemingly have other deals they want done first.
PSG PRIORITISING MBAPPE, NEYMAR OVER RAMOS
PSG are prioritising new deals for Mbappe and Neymar over a potential move for Madrid defender Ramos, according to Goal.
Mbappe and Neymar are both out of contract in 2022 and have unsurprisingly emerged as targets for clubs in Europe.
The star forwards have both been at PSG since 2017, helping the club win Ligue 1 in every season since.
Interestingly, Mbappe and Neymar have both appeared in just 38 of 113 Ligue 1 games for PSG since arriving.
PSG have won 34 and lost just one of those, while averaging 3.3 goals for. Without at least one of them, their win percentage drops from 89.5 to 72, and average goals for dips to 2.5.
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