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Ramos wants to spend whole career at Real Madrid – does Mourinho?

Posted on December 12, 2012 by admin

Sergio Ramos has played 333 games for Real Madrid since he joined the Spanish champions from Sevilla in 2005. The 26-year old had come through the youth system at the Andalucian club and was so impressive in his first season, he was signed by the club president Florentino Perez. Ramos feels at home at the Bernabeu and has enjoyed great success since his move, and he hopes that he can remain there for the rest of his playing career.

“Hopefully, I can retire at Real Madrid.

“Firstly I am grateful to Florentino Perez because he brought me to the best club in the world. I also have to thank my colleagues, I am very happy here.

“I hope the president is captain of this ship for a long time to come. I’m in the middle of my career and hopefully I will have time to write another book and be remembered as a good guy.”

Ramos was speaking at the launch of his autobiography, and it may be significant that he did not mention Jose Mourinho, his current manager. Recent rumours have suggested that he could be moving to the English Premier league, after a couple of disagreements with the Special One. It is Perez, however, who has the final say on such matters.

Ramos apparently stood up to Mourinho early in the season when the coach accused the players of not trying. Ramos argued that it was a badly organised pre-season that was to blame, and Mourinho dropped him for a game. Ramos is a stalwart in the Madrid defence, though, and chips in with important goals, so Mourinho will not keep him out of the side for long. It is more likely to be the manager who moves on in the summer, hopefully having brought the Champions league trophy back to Madrid.

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