Former Spanish skipper Sergio Ramos reacted after leaving Real Madrid for Paris Saint-Germain as a free agent.
The 35-year-old defender had been looking to extend his association with Los Blancos before being cast adrift after spending 16 years at Santiago Bernabeu, having joined them from Sevilla in 2005.
Ramos has put pen to paper on a two-year deal with PSG where he will reunite with former Los Blancos teammates Keylor Navas, Angel Di Maria and Achraf Hakimi, as well as compatriots Juan Bernat, Sergio Rico, Pablo Sarabia and Ander Herrera.
The FIFA World Cup winner took his social media handle to share a picture of himself holding a PSG shirt and aim a sly dig at former employee Real Madrid.
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Ramos made 671 appearances for Madrid, scoring 101 goals while collecting five domestic titles and four Champions League crowns with the Liga heavyweights.
Spanish defender will wear the No.4 shirt for and he becomes their third major signing of the summer, following the arrival of Georginio Wijnaldum on a free and Achraf Hakimi for 60 million euros plus nine million euros in add-ons.