Carlo Ancelotti has revealed he can’t see Real Madrid without Sergio Ramos
Returning Real Madrid coach Carlo Ancelotti has disclosed he can’t see the club without skipper Sergio Ramos, however he remained firm that the defender’s future still remains uncertain.
Ancelotti who left his role as Everton’s manager on Tuesday to re-join Real Madrid, where he previously managed between the years 2013 and 2015.
And in his maiden press conference the Italian spoke of his desire to sort out the future of club captain, Sergio Ramos whose contact with Madrid expires on June 30.
Ancelotti when asked about Sergio Ramos in his introductory press conference
“I can’t imagine a Real Madrid without Sergio Ramos but I also couldn’t imagine a day without Carlo Ancelotti!”
“It is clear that Sergio Ramos is a very important player and has been fundamental for many successes at this club. I know there are talks over a renewal, but I don’t know the details, when I do, I can say more.”
Sergio Ramos has been at Real Madrid since 2005 and played a key role in Madrid’s unprecedented success in the Champions League.