Zidane Speaks On Ramos' Future



The famous focus back has not endorsed on for new terms at the Santiago Bernabeu as hypothesis seethes over his future


Genuine Madrid lead trainer Zinedine Zidane has been cagey over the fate of commander Sergio Ramos.


The protector, who has become a symbol at the Bernabeu over his 16-year stay, is out of agreement toward the finish of the period.


Madrid are attempting to concur terms with the 34-year-old, and a few of Europe's greatest clubs have been connected with a possible move for him on a free exchange come the late spring.


"You generally ask me something very similar – he's a noteworthy man. I need him to get fit, yet separated from that, nothing else. Tomorrow we have a game," Zidane told a public interview on Sunday in front of a Primera Division conflict against Real Sociedad the next day.


Ramos has not included for the Spanish monsters since the 0-0 draw against Osasuna on January 9.


He had a medical procedure on a knee injury toward the beginning of this current month and could be down and out until late-March or early-April.


The two clubs most firmly connected with a late spring move for Ramos are Manchester United and Paris Saint-Germain.


There have been reports that Ramos has addressed previous Real Madrid partner David Beckham over a potential move to Old Trafford, while PSG supervisor Mauricio Pochettino has not denied his advantage in the Spain global.


"We will find in the coming months. Here, Ramos would locate an extraordinary club with the fixation to consistently win. PSG are probably the greatest club on the planet," the Argentine said in January.


While the middle back has not freely announced any discontent, it has been accounted for that the club's strategy is just to offer veteran players one-year bargains though he needs an augmentation that will run for an additional two years.


A few sources propose this issue has been settled, however all things considered, Madrid need to make spending cuts over the late spring, which could convolute concurring terms with the safeguard.

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