Sergio Ramos is eager to see Florentino Perez seal a loan move away from Real Madrid for Los Blancos and France star Theo Hernandez this summer.
This is according to Don Balon, who state that the Spaniard believes that Perez should be looking to seal a temporary move away for Hernandez, and that in his view, the Frenchman hasn’t put in the types performances that have been expected of him.
The same report also states that Ramos thinks Hernandez should be sent out on loan to gain first team experience, and that if a good enough offer comes in for the defender, then the club should think about selling him.
It’s easy to see why Ramos would think this, as Hernandez’s first team opportunities didn’t come very often for the Frenchman last season.
The 20-year-old did manage to clock up 23 first team appearances for the club last campaign, however these only amass to a total of around 1,500 minutes, meaning that a low of these saw the player came off the bench.
It’s a bit unfair to blame Hernandez for not getting more first team opportunities during his time at Real, as he would have to overcome the challenge of displacing Marcelo, a player who is one of the best in the world in his position.
A loan move would do Hernandez a whole lot of good, and could potentially see him develop into a player who is capable of taking over Marcelo’s role once the Brazilian’s time at the club comes to an end.