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Ramos angry and ready to quit Real

FIRST CR7, NOW RAMOS: Spanish defender angry and ready to quit Real

June 22, 2015 By Ali M.
Another senior Real Madrid player has grown angry with the club. This time it is Sergio Ramos, who now looks to leave the Bernabeu for England.

First the coach goes; now three senior players could follow.

According to reports, another star member of La Liga giants Real Madrid has grown angry with the club and could look for a way out of Santiago Bernabeu as a result.

As written by media Spanish outlet MARCA (per 101 Great Goals), that man is iconic defender Sergio Ramos. According to them, the 29-year-old center-back is in rage with the management after rumors he was offered to Barcelona presidential candidates surfaced.

In addition to that, Real Madrid are yet to come out and publicly deny the rumors, a move which has further enraged the former Sevilla man.

As a result, Ramos has reportedly decided to call it quits on his 10-year career with Les Merengues, having featured for the Madrid side for over 400 games.

The Spaniard has a £128m buy-out clause, but his contract with Real Madrid expires in 2017. 

The player appears to favor a move to England, with Premier League giants Manchester United tipped as his most likely estination. Furthermore, Ramos could be used to help seal the signing of long-term Real Madrid target David de Gea, a move which is seen as a win-win situation for both clubs.

Sergio Ramos, Real Madrid, La Liga

Sergio Ramos is not the only senior player among the Real Madrid squad rumored to hold grudges with the board. Veteran goalkeeper Iker Casillas, who came under huge fire from portions of the club’s supporters last season, has long been in a feud with president Florentino Perez over his desire to replace the captain despite his many years of faithful service.

Star attacker Cristiano Ronaldo, who was the team and Europe’s highest goalscorer last season, is also rumored to have an ill relationship with Perez over his treatment of the senior players.

Moreover, the Portuguese ace was not happy with the board’s decision to sack Carlo Ancelotti and appoint Benitez as his successor, whilst still holding resentment towards Los Blancos for failing to defend him after he came under heavy criticism for celebrating his birthday the day after their heavy 4-0 loss to Atletico Madrid. 

 

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