Sergio Ramos is leaving Real Madrid after his contract runs out on 1 July. The club’s captain has been unable to agree a new deal with the club president Florentino Pérez. The centre-back has no intention of retiring and wants to continue playing until 2019. Reports link him to Paris Saint-Germain, Manchester City and Sevilla. He has played 671 games, 101 goals, five league titles and four European Cups.
Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos has left the Spanish giants after talks over a new deal with club president Florentino Pérez broke down. Ramos had said he would play for Madrid for free in May 2019, but wanted a new two-year deal on the same €15m salary. He was the first Spanish signing made by Párez, going on to win 22 trophies and two European Championships with Spain.
Ramos’ profession at the Bernabéu has arrived at a startlingly level end, injury permitting him to show up in 2021 and prompting him being avoided with regards to the Spain crew for Euro 2020, when he was surrounding an untouched record for worldwide covers. He has played multiple times for Spain and under 14 administrative spells at Real.
His last game for the club ended up being the Champions League semi-last loss at Stamford Bridge when he was not completely fit and along these lines passed on the remainder of the period.
Ramos will be joined by Pérez at a Bernabéu goodbye on Thursday.