Sergio Ramos parts ways with Real Madrid
Sergio Ramos is a Spanish defender who has played for Real Madrid for 16 years. He has won five La Liga titles and four UEFA Champions League trophies during his stint with Los Blancos. As of now, his future remains undecided.
Spanish defender and Real Madrid legend Sergio Ramos has decided to part ways with the club, ending his glorious 16-year stint. The 35-year old had a prolific time at the Spanish capital, winning five La Liga titles and four UEFA Champions League trophies.
Madrid confirmed the same in a press release, while Ramos is scheduled to officially announce the same in a press conference on Thursday. "Real Madrid CF announces that today, Thursday 17 June, at 12:30 pm, an institutional act of tribute and farewell to our captain Sergio Ramos will be held, which will be attended by our president Florentino Pérez. Sergio Ramos will then appear before the media in a virtual press conference," the release read.
Ramos joined the club from Sevilla in 2005 and has since made a severe impact for it. Being a defender, he has still managed to score 101 goals for the side in 671 matches. Besides La Liga and UCL, he has also won other titles: Copa del Rey (2), Supercopa de España (4), UEFA Super Cup (3) and FIFA Club World Cup (4).
As of now, Ramos'sfuture remains undecided. However, he has been linked to a return to Sevilla that has been his boyhood club. Also, he has been linked to a move to the English capital, London, after being reportedly eyed by Chelsea.
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