The 28-year-old Spanish midfielder, Lucas Vazquez admitted that he was not interested in leaving Real Madrid in the future. In fact, the player is determined to continue at the Santiago Bernabeu until hang up his boots.
Meanwhile, Lucas Vazquez himself worked his way up on the Castilla Team or Real Madrid’s academy team. Then, the player joined Espanyol and made his debut on the professional stage with the Catalunya club.
In the summer of 2015, the midfielder decided to return to the Santiago Bernabeu. His neat performance made Real Madrid finally bought back the academy players.
That is, this season Lucas Vazquez is undergoing his fifth season with Real Madrid. Whereas so far, the player has made 201 appearances in all competitions and scored 24 goals in between.
A number of prestigious titles have also been won by Vazquez since returning to the Santiago Bernabeu five seasons ago. Among them are three European Champions League titles, two European Super Cup trophies, three Club World Cup titles and one Spanish La Liga trophy.
As one of Europe’s best midfielders, who is still 28 years old, of course Vazquez still has the potential to try his luck at a career or a new challenge with other clubs. However, the player claimed not to be interested in leaving Real Madrid.
In fact, Vazquez hopes to hang up his shoes, aka retire together with Los Blancos.
“I hope I can retire at Real Madrid,” Vazquez was quoted as saying by Marca.
Furthermore, the Spanish National Team player also sent flattery to one of his teammates, Sergio Ramos. According to Vazquez, Ramos is the most challenging player he has ever faced.
Apart from the performance, according to Ramos, he is a figure that should be emulated by all players, and the figure of the right captain.
“Sergio Ramos. Because of his competitive character, and because he is the best in the world in his position. He is very intense from day to day. He is an example for all players, and he is the captain he always shows. He said.
Unfortunately, Vazquez is no longer able to act. He must undergo independent quarantine as a preventive measure against the coronavirus outbreak.