The Brazilian central defender liked to evolve with the world champion who is now a player free to choose his future club.
Eder Militao says it is “a pity that Sergio Ramos has left Real Madrid” as the Brazilian defender is disappointed to no longer work alongside “a legend” at the Santiago Bernabeu. Efforts have been made to keep the 2010 world champion in the Spanish capital, but deadlines for contract extensions have been passed and the iconic center-back is now preparing to start a new chapter in his career
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Eder Militao may be on the verge of seeing the path open to take on a bigger role among the Merengue. With the captain leaving, the Brazilian will have more responsibility at the heart of Madrid’s defense, but he would have preferred to remain in competition with one of the greatest defenders of all time in order to play and learn from him. “It’s a shame Ramos left Real Madrid“Militao told reporters while at the Copa America with Brazil.
“I say this because inside our dressing room Sergio was amazing. We all know the history he made and what he accomplished during his years at Real Madrid. I did no words to describe how important Sergio Ramos was. Everything I’ve learned from him over the past two years … he’s just an amazing person, he has a winning mentality “, admitted the former central defender of FC Porto.
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“He is surely a legend of the club and also a legend for those who love football. I wish him good luck and happiness wherever he goes.“, concluded Eder Militao. Sergio Ramos has not yet revealed his future destination for the 2021-2022 season. Obviously several leading teams in all of Europe are very attentive to the situation of the Spanish defender and say they are interested by his coming this summer.
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Paris Saint-Germain appear to be leading the hunt to acquire the services of Sergio Ramos. The vice-champion of France and semi-finalist of the Champions League is looking to have an additional option of experience in his defense. The recruitment of Sergio Ramos could in particular allow Mauricio Pochettino to experiment with a system with three central defenders next season. A device he likes.
Several Premier League sides are also said to be excited to count on the Spaniard, but Manchester United appear to be exploring alternative options to Sergio Ramos as they consider going on the offensive for Pau Torres and Raphael Varane. A start to MLS has also been hinted at for Ramos, but he may delay any move to America until he has won at least one new Champions League.