The centre-back has actually been related to an action far from the Santiago Bernabeu however his team-mate wishes he remains for many years to come
Toni Kroos states he really hopes Sergio Ramos keeps at Real Madrid as the defender’s agreement nears its expiry.
Ramos can leave Madrid on a complimentary transfer this summer season as his bargain goes out at completion of the month.
The Spain global has actually been related to the similarity Paris Saint-Germain, Manchester City and also Chelsea, while a return to Sevilla is reported to be a choice.
What has been claimed?
Yet Madrid are claimed to have actually provided Ramos an offer to maintain him in the Spanish resources for another year and also Kroos wishes he authorizes it.
“I don’t know how things are going with the club. Of course he’s a top colleague and I enjoyed very much playing with him and I really hope that we’ll have some more years together,” the midfielder informed press reporters.
“But in the end it’s not my decision. What I can say is that he’s a great guy – and the best captain I ever had in my career.”
The length of time has Ramos been at Madrid?
The 35-year-old signed up with Madrid from Sevilla in 2005, and also he has actually won 5 La Liga titles and also 4 Champions Organization prizes with Los Blancos.
Ramos has actually transformed 670 looks in all competitors for the Spanish titans however was restricted to simply 21 video games in 2020-21.
Will Ramos play at Euro 2020?
The centre-back will certainly not exist at the European Champion this summer season.
Ramos was excluded of the team for the competition regardless of being the group’s captain.
The defender confessed last month that it might be best for him to invest the summer season relaxing to await following period.
“It hurts me not to have been able to help my team more and not defend Spain but, in this case, it is better to rest, fully recover well and, next year, return as we have always done,” he claimed
“It hurts not to represent your country, but you have to be honest and sincere.”