Real Madrid announced in an official statement today, Wednesday, the departure of star and captain Sergio Ramos, 35, after the end of his contract with the Royal Club.
“The club announces a press conference tomorrow, Thursday, at 12:30 noon, to bid farewell to captain Sergio Ramos, in the presence of club president Florentino Perez,” a statement read.
“After that, Ramos will appear at a press conference to speak with the media,” the statement added.
Ramos leaves after 16 years in the Royal Club, where he came from the Andalusian ranks of Seville.
Ramos played 671 games with Real in various competitions, during which he scored 101 goals and won 22 titles, as follows:
– Spanish League 5 titles
– Champions League 4 titles
– Spanish Cup for two titles
– Spanish Super Cup 4 titles
– European Super Cup 3 titles
Club World Cup 4 titles