Sergio Ramos will remain captain of Real Madrid forever

Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane said he did not doubt that captain Sergio Ramos had extended his contract with the Spanish soccer champions after “the Hammer” scored his 100th goal for the club during the 3-2 victory over Inter Milan in the Champions League.

The 34-year-old Spanish defender scored, in his usual way, with a header after a corner kick by Tony Crosse in the match in which the Royal scored a hard-fought victory at the “Alfredo Di Stefano” stadium.

Ramos, who joined from Seville in 2005, won 22 titles with Real, including 4 Champions League and 5 League titles, and his contract expires at the end of the current season.

Zidane said, “We know how worthy he is as a player … He is our leader, and we certainly want him with us forever.”

“This is what he does by always showing his desire to play, and I do not doubt that he will continue here and will continue writing history.”

The “Merengue” will face Valencia in the Spanish League next Sunday.

Source: Agencies