It’s been 16 years, he’s won 22 titles – including five championships and four Champions Leagues -, more than 450 games and many of them wearing the captain’s armband over their shirt. Blanca. Spanish defender Sergio Ramos will leave Real Madrid, having arrived at the age of 19 and will now leave at the age of 35.
The official confirmation is made by the club, in a statement. Posted on her official page Which reads: “Real Madrid announces that tomorrow, Thursday, June 17th, at 12:30 pm [11h30 em Portugal], will have a place Institutional work to honor and bid farewell to our leader Sergio RamosIn the presence of our President Florentino Perez.”
According to the statement, Sergio Ramos, who terminated his contract with Real Madrid this summer (on June 30), will speak to the media “in a digital press conference”.
Over the past few months, there has been a lot of news about the uncertainty as to whether Sergio Ramos will continue at the club. white. Interestingly, the sporting director of Sevilla – the club where he was appointed – has suggested Monchi that the player remain at the club in the Spanish capital, saying that Ramos is “in talks” with Real to renew it.
Spanish newspaper Marca has now reported that the player and Real Madrid officials have failed to reach an understanding. Sergio Ramos wanted a new contract for at least two seasons and the club’s managers offered him a one-year contract with a 10% salary cut, sports daily reported.
The centre-back, who has scored 72 goals for Real Madrid over the course of 16 years, has also made a name for himself with the Spanish national team while at the club in the Spanish capital.
Sergio Ramos made 180 appearances for his country (most of them, but not all, after reaching Real Madrid in 2005), scoring 23 goals and winning the World Cup in 2010 and two Europeans in 2008 and 2012. But he did not. He was called up by coach Luis Enrique for the European Championship 2020, which is now in dispute.
Sergio Ramos is leaving Real Madrid on the same path as the coach who coached the team this season (also a former Real player) Zinedine Zidane. In the opposite direction, defender David Alaba will arrive at the Spanish club this summer, who can also play as a central defender but also as a left-back or midfielder.
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