Real Madrid might on the verge of losing their captain and star defender, Sergio Ramos, as the Spain international is keen to put an end on his Real Madrid tenure following a 14-year stay at Santiago Bernabeu. However, manager Zinedine Zidane is not excited about that idea.
Per reports, the French tactician is doing everything he can to convince the club captain to stay at the Bernabeu. Ramos has been thinking about leaving ever since he had a fallout with president Florentino Perez midway through the season.
There’s no doubt Ramos has been a key presence for Madrid’s recent successes. The 33-year-old centre-back has been leading Madrid defensively for several years now and has won four La Liga titles along with four Champions League trophies.
However, Ramos would be open to a new challenge in his career, especially considering there is interest from Manchester United and PSG to sign him, as well as from the Chinese Super League. Ramos would be open to any of those options.
However, Marca reports that Zidane sees Ramos as a vital member of his squad both on and off the pitch. And that he’s not open to him leaving the side this summer. Will the French tactician succeed on his attempt to keep the captain for Madrid for, at least, another year?