Sergio Ramos is set to leave Real Madrid after the club made it known in a news conference saying farewell to the player. Ramos is the longest-serving captain of the club, but the club does not want to make exceptions to him. The 35-year-old won five La Liga titles and four Champions League titles with the club during his stay.
Real Madrid and Sergio Ramos set to Path ways
Sergio Ramos joined Real Madrid from his boyhood club Sevilla in 2005 and since then he has been very impressive in the club. He is the club’s defender with the highest number of goals. The centre-back has made 671 appearances, scoring 101 goals.
The club says they will hold the news conference as an “institutional act of tribute and farewell”. Ramos’ contract will expire at the end of June and Madrid is not willing to renew his contract. Sergio Ramos has won a total of 22 trophies at the Santiago Bernabeu.
He will be remembered for his 93rd-minute equaliser in the 2014 Champions League final when Real beat rivals Atletico Madrid 4-1 after extra time to win their 10th European Cup (La Decima).