Sergio Ramos’ contract at Bernabeu runs out this summer and he looks unlikely to extend and Ronaldo, on the other hand, is reportedly unhappy in Turin and considers a comeback. However, the Real Madrid president has been straightforward on the Real Madrid record scorer and coy on Ramos.
As it stands, the Real skipper might be playing his last season in the Spanish capital after Florentino Perez was coy on the center-back’s contract extension.
“I love Sergio Ramos, but we are in a very bad financial situation at Real Madrid. Nobody puts money into this club,” Perez said o El Chiringuito.
“Will he leave the club? I didn’t say that… many things can happen. We will think about it at the end of the season. Sergio Ramos accepted to lower his salary last season, but not this season.”
Florentino Perez also gave an update on Cristiano Ronaldo’s possible return to Real Madrid – a much more straightforward answer.
“Cristiano will not come back. I care a lot about Cristiano, but it is impossible because he has a contract with Juventus.”
Meanwhile, Cristiano Ronaldo’s deal with Bianconeri is running out next summer and the Portuguese reportedly wanted a return to Real Madrid as Juventus has not been at their best this season and the Portuguese has come in for some heavy criticism.
At the moment, it doesn’t look like a fairytale return will happen, according to club president Florentino Perez.