Spanish international not looking to leave the Bernabeu.
Real Madrid defender Sergio Ramos has brushed aside reports that he is looking to leave the club in the new year by insisting that he would happily retire in the Spanish capital if he is allowed to do so, Sky Sports reports.
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Reports recently suggested that his future at the club was in doubt after falling out with club president Florentino Perez following the slow process in negotiations over a new deal.
The clash was said to be over the 27-year-old’s wage demands leaving him to apparently reconsider his future.
Rumours linking him with the likes of Manchester City were quick to surface and manager Manuel Pellegrini admitted that he was a player that interested him greatly, having already worked with the player during his own time at Real Madrid.
And while Ramos admitted that he and the president have a difference in opinion over certain things, his contract negotiations is not one of them and he remains committed to the club and is not looking to make a move away.
“I’ll repeat, our differences were nothing to do with the contract. I’ve got three years here and I’m relaxed and I’m not looking to leave,” he said.
“I feel privileged and if I could, I would retire here.
“I’m not going to talk about the differences between us because it’s a personal matter, but I can say we have a great relationship. I’ll never forget who the president here is and I know he’s in charge.”