Real Madrid: Perez pessimistic to keep Ramos

Visiting the El Chiringuito show this Monday evening, Florentino Perez returned to Real Madrid’s mercato news. The Madrid president was not very optimistic about the extension of his captain Sergio Ramos, at the end of his contract next June.

Arrived at Real Madrid in 2005 from Sevilla FC, Sergio Ramos could soon leave a club where he became the emblematic captain. At the end of his contract with the Merengue club next June, the 35-year-old defender has not yet extended his lease. And the trend is far from optimistic.

“I didn’t say he would leave the club”

Guest of the program El Chiringuito this Monday to address the thorny subject of the Super League, Florentino Perez also answered on the question of the future of Sergio Ramos.

“I love Sergio Ramos but we are in a very bad financial situation, nobody is putting the money and we have to be realistic, we are all very bad, reacted the president of Real on the extension of Ramos, referring to the financial difficulties club. He has not agreed to lower his salary this season. “

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In recent weeks, the Spanish press has already revealed that the extension of Sergio Ramos was at a standstill, while the two camps would not be able to agree on salary conditions in particular. David Alaba would be approaching for the next transfer window. Should we then necessarily see such remarks on the part of Perez as swan song for Sergio Ramos?

“I did not say that he would leave the club, further qualified Florentino Perez. A lot of things can happen. We are thinking about ending the season first and then we will think about it at the end of the season.”

The new Super League president has ensured his will also to continue with Zinedine Zidane, who has a contract until June 2022 with Real Madrid.

In the transfer window, Florentino Perez also indicated that Cristiano Ronaldo would not return to the club and that he “did not speak” with Kylian Mbappé, thus calming rumors about the PSG striker.

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