The experienced defender, who spent 16 years at Real Madrid, became a free agent on Thursday and has already set his sights on his future destination.
Manchester City, Chelsea, Bayern Munich, and Paris Saint-Germain were all thought to be tracking the Spaniard following the news of his departure from Los Blancos.
However, Les Parisiens have gained an advantage in the hunt for his signature.
RMC, via GFFN, reports that a two-year deal has been agreed upon, subject to a medical in the coming days.
Leonardo, the sporting director, is said to have intensified negotiations in mid-June and to have made progress this week.
Ramos left Real Madrid after being denied a two-year deal.
According to ESPN, a one-year contract with the option of a second season had been proposed, with the condition triggering only if both parties agreed.
Additionally, the 35-year-old would earn a lower income than Madrid had proposed, which was a reduction from his initial compensation package.
Former Clasico adversary Neymar, whom Ramos has always regarded as a buddy, has reportedly persuaded the star to join PSG.
Mauricio Pochettino’s side finished second in both Ligue 1 and the Champions League last season, falling short in both championships’ closing stages.
The coach is thought to be looking to bolster his squad’s experience and leadership this summer, with Ramos boasting almost 700 club appearances.
According to reports, he believes Paris is a better place for his family, which includes his television presenter wife, Pilar Rubio, and their four sons.
Angel Di Maria and Keylor Navas, along with fellow Spaniards Ander Herrera, Pablo Sarabia, Sergio Rico, and Juan Bernat, all play for PSG.
In the French city, an ambitious summer is being organised on a shoestring budget, with free agents Georginio Wijnaldum and Gianluigi Donnarumma also on their way.
Author: Marc Mayo