GENUINE MADRID’S hopes of keeping Sergio Ramos next season have been talked up – by the gamer’s parents.
The centre-back runs out agreement in the summer with little headway made in talks over a new deal.
Jose Maria Ramos, Sergio’s father, and mom Paqui Garcia spoke to Spanish TV show El Chiringuito in the week.
Both were effusive on the 35-year-old’s chances of staying in Madrid, mentioning that he ‘absolutely’ is delighted to sign a new deal.
Jose stated: “He is not stressed at all, he is calm as constantly.
” He is completely sure that he will continue.
” The family chooses little, however there is time for whatever.”
Paqui added that Ramos is looking ‘excellent’ prior to specifying: “Let him remain at Genuine Madrid.”
Manchester United have actually been related to a relocation for the Spaniard in their pursuit of a brand-new star protector.
Madrid are stated to have offered decreased terms as part of a 1 year extension offer to the club captain.
The coronavirus pandemic has actually hit the club’s finances tough but big-money relocations for Erling Haaland and Kylian Mbappe are still rumoured to be in the works.
Ramos will miss Real’s Champions League quarter-final with Liverpool this month after feeling pain in his calf on Spain duty.
Saturday’s win over Eibar was the 19th video game he has missed this season due to injury.
The veteran composed on Instagram after news of the problem broke: “To be honest it’s been a difficult few weeks for me.
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” After the game yesterday I avoided on the pitch to train and felt a sharp pain in my left calf. I went through tests today which validated that I have a muscular injury.
” What causes me even higher pain is not having the ability to help the group during these essential games in which we will be playing to choose the season and not having the ability to pay back all of you for the love you offer me.
” All I can do is speak honestly, work hard and support the team with my soul.”
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