Sergio Ramos reportedly set to part ways with Real Madrid this summer

 Sergio Ramos has concluded plans to end his 14 year reign at Real Madrid this summer - The defender joined the Los Blancos in 2005 and has helped them win over 20 titles in all competitions.
        Ramos was said to have had a bust up with Real president Perez during their Champions League exit in March Real

Madrid legend Sergio Ramos is reportedly planning to leave the club this summer following their poor outing in the 2018-19 season. The 33 year old has been one of Los Blancos all time best player since he joined the club from Sevilla in 2005 for a fee around €27 million the then record fee for a Spanish defender. Zinedine Zidane's men finished third on the Spanish League table with 68 points, 19 points behind champions Barcelona and failed to win silverware at the end of the season. AS quoting Spanish TV program El Chiringuito claims the 2010 World winner is considering a move away from the Santiago Bernabeu to take up a new challenge in a different league. Having spent 14 seasons with the Galacticos, Ramos has won about 20 major titles including four Champions League among others. And barely one year after the departure of Cristiano Ronaldo from the club, another influential player is set to leave this summer. Meanwhile, Florentino Pérez has been tipped as the major catalyst behind Ramos exit thoughts as both are said to be at loggerheads over issues.

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