Still not having extended with Real Madrid, Sergio Ramos is in the dark. Michel, formerly of the club, has his opinion on the subject.
Last September, Sergio Ramos said his future would be decided quickly and that he would talk about it when the time came. The Spain defender, his club and all Real Madrid supporters surely did not expect these talks to extend to take so long.
As the season has entered its final sprint, Sergio Ramos has been free to chat with any club since January 1. However, the Madrid captain’s No. 1 priority is to stay in Madrid, but no agreement has been reached with Florentino Perez. Will he be free in two months? The vagueness surrounding Ramos’ situation grows deeper and deeper.
Income injured selection because of his desire for a record, Sergio Ramos has not settled his case at the club. Having to miss another month of competition, Sergio Ramos was more conspicuous by his absence than his performances this year. But he remains an essential pawn in Zidane’s workforce and his place has never been questioned.
Present on the program “El Larguero” of the Cadena Ser, the former coach of OM, Michel, returned to the situation of the most capped player in the history of La Roja. As a former Merengue, it’s been seen for him.
“If I was Ramos and a Real Madrid player I would never leave. He has a CV filled with titles and prestige. Being at Real Madrid from start to finish is an added touch, but of course , I don’t know what’s going on in the negotiations. As I have lived at Real Madrid and know what Real means, I would not leave, even accompanied by the police. If Sergio Ramos stays, it is better for Madrid and better for him. “
“I didn’t understand what happened. He’s going to break the record anyway. If I had been a manager I would have tried for him not to play that day.”
Former player and coach of FC Barcelona, Luis Enrique has clearly not arranged his sympathy rating with Real fans, who already see him as a traitor since his departure from the club to the rival in 1996.