Officially won La Liga, Ramos wants to retire at Real Madrid
After the victory over Villarreal at dawn earlier, Real Madrid officially won the Spanish La Liga this season. Captain Sergio Ramos is very proud of his third league title which makes him even more convinced to stay in Madrid until retirement.
Before the victory over Villarreal, Real Madrid was 4 points ahead of their closest rival, Barcelona. With victory and one match remaining, plus the fact that the rival was defeated by Osasuna, Zinedine Zidane’s troops automatically won the championship with a 7-point advantage.
Sergio Ramos himself is the team captain, although he plays as a defender, but his goals scored in the La Liga event was so impressive. So far, the captain has scored 10 goals on the La Liga stage and that number has only lost to the Club’s top scorer, Karim Benzema.
For this reason, the contribution of a Sergio Ramos cannot be ignored, and should be with this fact Real Madrid can immediately complete the new contract of the player.
Because the 34-year-old man only has the remaining contract until the year 2021. Previously, there was a rumor that claimed that Ramos intended to leave Real Madrid before being actually kicked out of the team.
But after successfully driving Real Madrid to the Spanish La Liga champions, Ramos claimed he wanted to stay at the Santiago Bernabeu until hanging up his boots.
“I want to end my career here [Madrid]. I don’t think there is a problem [contract]. I will stay here as long as the president wants it, “said Ramos.
Like a tit for tat, President Florentino Perez then replied to Ramos’s words.
“Ramos will be here all his life. Fans can relax. He is impressive as a leader. This team has a close relationship and mostly because of him.” He said.
Furthermore, the captain sent flattery to coach Zinedine Zidane, in which he said the French coach had contributed greatly to the success of Real Madrid so far.
“Zidane is the key. We trust him and his hard work. Every time he came, whatever he touched turned to gold. He is unique, “he said.