End of an era. Sergio Ramos of Real Madrid is finally leaving the club after 16 years of being in the club. The Spanish international runs out of contract by the end of June. The club is reportedly ready to offer him a contract extension if he agrees a pay cut, but it seems that didn't go well with him at the moment.
Real Madrid have appointed former Chelsea boss, Carlo Ancelotti as the replacement for Zinedine Zidane. Zidane left his post as Real Madrid coach last week after a season without any title but he has now been replaced by their former manager Ancelotti. Ancelotti was in charge of Real Madrid when they won the La Decima in 2013-14 season but was sacked the next season.
Yesterday Real Madrid announced that their Veteran Captain is leaving. The news came as a shock or a huge blow to Los Blancos fans, considering that their talisman's influence on the team. On several occasions, Sergio Ramos has expressed his love and loyalty to the club of his life.
Florentino perez, Real madrid president on monday night on Chiringuito TV stated that Christiano Ronaldo's return to the club does not make sense being that he has a contract with juventus.He said: “Cristiano Ronaldo will not come back to Real Madrid.“It does not make sense, he has a contract with Juventus,” Christiano Ronaldo has a contract with Juventus till 2022 but the serie A are believed to be considering cashing out on him.
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Chelsea fans have joined the rest of the football fans around the world to protest against the proposed European Super league project.The blues are one of the founding members of the Super League, as per reports 2 days ago and the fans are not happy about the clubs involvement in this.
It won't be a surprise for anyone that Real Madrid is not just struggling on the pitch, they are very much struggling off it as well. And no matter how much I try to emphasize on the fact that we need new signings, the Covid crisis has struck Real Madrid at the worst time possible ; and realistically it might be another quiet transfer season this summer. It is interesting to note that signing youngsters instead of established stars was the policy change spearheaded by Florentino Pérez to maintain Real Madrid’s
Real Madrid president Florentino casts question over Ramos contract Real Madrid president Florentino Perez has cast doubt about tying down Sergio Ramos to another contract.The Spain international defender Sergio Ramos' contract lapses in June and talks over another agreement have delayed for quite a long time.The Real Madrid president Florentino Perez said, "In Madrid no one puts the cash and you must be realistic with what occurs.
Sergio Ramos is a topic that is gaining popularity among football fanatics with every passing week.There are no developments between Real Madrid and him regarding an extension of his contract, which is set to expire at the end of the season.
The president reminds the fans of the 11 titles Zidane has won with Real Madrid. Besides, the financial situation was tough but Real Madrid coped with it quite well, Perez adds. "Zinedine Zidane is a symbol of Real Madrid, both as a player and as a manager," Florentino Perez has said at the meeting in which he summed up the results of the ending year. "Zidane has added 11 titles at the helm of Real Madrid and has become the second coach with the most victories in the club's history. Our planning has brought
Marcelo makes history at La Romareda as he played his game number 500 for Real Madrid. Florentino Perez gifted the Brazilian with a commemorative shirt to mark the occasion. Marcelo is now just 27 games behind his compatriot Roberto Carlos total for the club, with tea latter being the foreign player with the most appearances in a Real Madrid shirt Marcelo joined Madrid January 2007 as an exciting and promising lefft-back and has lived up to expectations as he his now the vice-captain and one of the heav
Joan Laporta might have drawn the battle line when he announced that he has placed Real Madrid top targets,Alaba and Halaand as their priorities.David Alaba has reportedly reached agreement with Real Madrid and Barcelona will look to turn things around with Laporta's help.
An insider said that the President Florentino Perez thinks about QUITTING Real Madrid Real Madrid president and the Spaniard man, Florentino Perez is incredibly considering his future this season. Real Madrid president and the Spaniard man, Florentino Perez, as indicated by Mundo Deportivo's Francesc Aguilar, is weighing up his choices as the season reaches a conclusion. It's proposed he is growing tired in the position and is truly considering resigning. Aguilar presented via web-based networking m
Real Madrid is prepared to splash €70 million for another youngster at the end of the season as president Florentino Perez is set to make Rennes Eduardo Camavinga the latest youngster to join the Santiago Bernabeu outfit. According to the report in French radio, RMC Perez is willing is pay €70 million for the midfielder. While most reports suggested that Camavinga appeared set to stay in his club for at least another season —which would give Real Madrid a chance to save money this summer after the cor
Real Madrid president Florentino Perez still dreams of signing Neymar, according to the Brazilian's former agent Wagner Ribeiro. Neymar has been on Perez's Real Madrid wishlist since his time at Santos and the Los Blancos supremo is still hoping to see the 28-year-old play at the Bernabeu. Former side Barcelona are still in the market to bring Neymar back to Camp Nou and it's likely that Real Madrid would rival the LaLiga champions if PSG do elect to sell the Brazil international. Whether Los Blancos
The Spanish international Centre back, Sergio Ramos will have to leave Madrid at the end of the season. Florentino Perez has made it clear to the center back that he will not extend Sergio Ramos contract due to wages issues. Sergio Ramos wants to extend his contract at the club but Florentino Perez is not ready to give him the wages he wanted. Sergio Ramos is on a basis of £463,000 per week and he will have to be paid about £500,000 per week if his contract is extended. Due to the situation, Paris Saint German
Real Madrid defender and captain Sergio Ramos has not extended his contract with the club yet and will be free to negotiate with other clubs in January unless Madrid find a way to secure that extension before the end of the year. In this context, Paris Saint-Germain are ready to offer Sergio Ramos a three-year contract which would earn the defender €20 million per year, according to a report from AS. Real Madrid and Ramos seemed certain to reach some kind of agreement before January but Los Blancos are offering
Iker Casillas returns to Real Madrid. The legendary goalkeeper will return to the club all his life five years later and will do so to work near Florentino Pérez as an advisor with a position whose competencies both will define in the coming weeks. The important thing is that Florentino wants to have Casillas around and Iker agrees. It will be something like the role Zidane played in his day. At the age of 39 and retired from sports practice since 1 May 2019 he suffered a heart attack during a training session
Reinier Jesus Carvalho also known as Reinier is Brazillian teenager football player who was transfer from Flamengo to Real Madrid during January 2020 window transfer market. Reinier at Santiago The attacking midfielder was born in Brazil 19th January 2002. He made 14 appearances and netted 6 at his former club. His buyout fee was €30 million. Reinier with club president, Florentino perez Yesterday Evening, Real Madrid welcomes the signee to the Stadium Santiago Bernebau as it was announced oh her twiiter
Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane will leave any big decisions in the hands of the club president Florentino Perez as the Real Madrid boss says he's reluctant to speculate if it takes him La Liga's title to keep the job. "Well, that's someone else's decision. I know what I need to do...but you can only have one title winner," the boss said when asked if he needs to lift a trophy to remain at Madrid for another year. "You the press have a job to do and I have mine to do. We've had some bad results, but