Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos has hinted that he may leave the club this summer, dominating the news: “I have earned the right to make whatever decision I want.”
Ramos’ contract expires in less than three months, and he has stated that he is free to make his decision.
Real Madrid are concerned that the talismanic defender will leave the club this summer, according to a report in Marca last week.
There is a lot of uncertainty because he has yet to accept any renewal offers from the club, especially since Madrid is looking to cut their wage bill, and the player is now 35, so there will be no long-term deal offered.
Ramos said, as per Deportes Cuatro: “I have earned the right to make whatever decision I want.
“I will perform at the highest level. If not, I stay at home. If not, it wouldn’t be worth it. That I’m fine with my age is no accident.”
Ramos has made 720 senior appearances for Sevilla and Real Madrid since his debut in 2004, scoring 104 goals in the process.
In 179 appearances for the Spanish national team, he has broken multiple records and scored 23 goals – an incredible total for a defender.
Source: Football Espana