Sergio Ramos helped Real Madrid to win their 34th La Liga title and quickly revealed that he will retire at the club, meaning he is ready to sign a new deal.
The 34-year-old’s current contract runs out at the end of next season but the Los Blancos may need not to worry as the Spanish international is committed to the club especially after helping the club to a 2-1 victory over Villarreal on Thursday night.
“I’d like to end my career here,” Ramos said after the win over Villarreal. “I don’t think there’s any problem [with the contract]. I’m going to be here as long as the president wants me.”
Ramos also reserved praise for his coach, Zinedine Zidane, and his teammates after clinching the LaLiga Santander title.
“It’s the reward of hard work, persistence and balance,” the centre-back said. “We deserve a lot of credit for what we’ve done, despite what some people say.
“Zidane is key. We believe in him and his work. Each time he comes, everything he touches turns to gold. He’s unique.”