Ramos collapses in front of the cameras during Real's farewell

Spain-ALSHARQIYA   June 17: Real Madrid legend Sergio Ramos collapsed and could not hold back his tears, during a press conference to bid farewell to the club, after the end of a 16-year career full of titles, due to incompatibility over signing a new contract for the famous royal defender.

Ramos had previously announced that he could play for Real Madrid for free, but club president Florentino Perez could not respond to Ramos' request regarding wages, especially in light of the financial crisis that the club is experiencing.

And the Real Madrid account on Twitter published a video clip of the player's career with the club.

And on Wednesday, Spanish football club Real Madrid announced that its international defender and captain Sergio Ramos will leave its ranks. Ramos (35 years), whose contract with Real expires on June 30, is considered

The icon of the royal club since he joined him in 2005, and led him to win the Champions League title four times and the domestic league title five times.

"Sergio Ramos will leave Real Madrid and tomorrow (Thursday) he will be bid farewell at a press conference," Real said in a statement, in the presence of club president Florentino Perez.

Ramos is the most prominent absentee from the Euro 2020 finals, which started on June 11, after his sudden exclusion from the final list. "It was a difficult decision, but he has not been able to compete in the right conditions since January," coach Luis Enrique said of excluding the Real Madrid captain, who has suffered from injuries this season.

Ramos (35 years) missed Real Madrid due to several injuries and played only five games with the team in 2021, knowing that he has become physically better recently. He was hit in his right thigh, left calf, COVID-19, and finally in the posterior muscle of his left thigh.


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