In the latest development surrounding Real Madrid, renowned journalist Fabrizio Romano has revealed that Sergio Ramos is not part of the club’s plans. This news comes as a disappointment to Madridistas who were hoping for the return of the esteemed footballer. Despite rumors circulating in the media about Ramos’ willingness to reunite with his beloved club, it seems that the possibility has been firmly ruled out by Florentino Pérez and the Real Madrid hierarchy.
Following the expiration of his contract with Paris Saint-Germain, Sergio Ramos finds himself without a team. His time at the Parisian club was largely unremarkable, primarily due to his absence during the first year as a result of injuries. Furthermore, the lack of titles during his tenure could be considered a sporting failure for the club.
While Ramos would be thrilled to don the colors of the greatest club in history once again, Florentino Pérez does not envision their paths crossing in this manner. However, it is worth noting that a future collaboration between Sergio Ramos and the club in a different capacity is not entirely ruled out. President Pérez believes that Ramos’ time as a player at Real Madrid has come to an end.
The Real Madrid management has expressed confidence in the current squad. When Thibaut Courtois suffered an injury, the club swiftly signed Kepa as a replacement. However, in the case of Éder Militão, the club does not intend to make a similar move, at least according to the information available. The team already possesses three natural central defenders in the form of Militão, Rüdiger, and Nacho.
Furthermore, coach Carlo Ancelotti believes that Mendy and Tchouaméni could also adapt to the central defensive position in emergency situations, thanks to their physical attributes. As a result, the Italian tactician has not exerted pressure on the club to sign another player. Fabrizio Romano’s information aligns with that of José Félix Díaz, a journalist from Marca.
It appears that Sergio Ramos’ return to Real Madrid is highly unlikely, as President Florentino Pérez has firmly dismissed the speculations. The club’s focus lies in the current squad, with confidence placed in the existing players and potential adaptations within the team. As the new season approaches, it will be interesting to see how Real Madrid navigates the challenges ahead without the presence of their former captain.