& # 39; I am Madridista, I want to retire here … I have never had any problems with Florentino Perez & # 39 ;: Sergio Ramos agrees to STAY at Real Madrid after speculation that he could leave
- The captain of Real Madrid, Sergio Ramos, has agreed to stay in the Bernabeu
- The 33-year-old defender called Thursday at 4:30 PM (BST) for the press conference
- Ramos has been a member of the La Liga giants for 14 years and will remain in the Spanish capital
The Real Madrid captain, Sergio Ramos, has agreed to stay in the Bernabeu after speculation that he could leave the club this summer.
The 33-year-old defender called a press conference before 4:30 PM (BST) on Thursday to discuss his future.
Ramos has been a member of the La Liga giants for 14 years and will now stay in the Spanish capital.
The Real Madrid captain, Sergio Ramos, has agreed to continue to follow speculation that he could leave
& # 39; I answer to put an end to the doubts and debates that do not benefit the club or me or anyone else, & # 39; said Ramos.
& # 39; I am Madridista. I want to retire here. If I ever leave here, it will be when I win.
& # 39; I have never had any problems with the president (Florentino Perez). Our relationship is like a father and a son.
& # 39; The best decision has always been to talk face to face and resolve any issues.
Club president Florentino Perez revealed earlier this week that Ramos & # 39; people had requested a move to China for free.
Ramos missed the last seven games of the season with a calf injury, but is expected to return for the next two games of Spain in June.
Ramos has been a member of the La Liga giants for 14 years and will now stay in the Spanish capital
He had a bad season, which reached its low point in March when he was banned for the second leg of Real Madrid against Ajax that had been booked in the first leg.
He upset some fans by filming a documentary about his career in his private box when the team was defeated 4-1 and crashed out of the tournament in the second part.
Ramos flirted with joining Manchester United in 2015. United offered £ 28.3 million to Spain's international player, and although Real rejected the offer, Ramos encouraged Madrid to make it clear that he wanted them to negotiate with them.
That saga ended with the player who signed a new contract that brought him to 2020 and that was extended to 2021.
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