Sergio Ramos to Leave Real Madrid After 16 Years, Club Announces Farewell

Sergio Ramos to leave Real Madrid after 16 years, club announces farewell

Madrid, June 17: Sergio Ramos is authoritatively leaving Real Madrid after 16 years at the club when his agreement lapses toward the month’s end, the club reported on Wednesday.

Genuine Madrid C. F. reported that the institutional demonstration of recognition and goodbye to their commander Sergio Ramos will be hung on Thursday, which will be gone to by the club’s President Florentino Perez. The 35-year-old protector has neglected to concede to another agreement with the LaLiga club and will leave as a free specialist.

Ramos, who has shown up for Madrid, scoring 101 objectives is yet to settle on any choice in regards to his future. The protector finished paperwork for Real Madrid in 2005 and is presently leaving the club having won four Champions League titles, five Liga prizes, four Club World Cups, three European Super Cups, four Spanish Super Cups, and two Copa del Rey titles, being Real Madrid’s second most regarded player simply behind Paco Gento.

Ramos missed a significant part of the past season with wounds as he showed up for Los Blancos and was not chosen by Spain for the Euro 2020.