October 24, 2021

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Tension in Spain as Sergio Ramos tells teammates not to do 1 big thing the club’s chiefs want

– Sergio Ramos has been linked with a move away from Spanish side Real Madrid in this summer transfer

– The Spain international is said to have told Real Madrid teammates not to accept pay cut from the club’s chiefs

– Real Madrid failed to win any title under Zinedine Zidane at the just concluded Spanish La Liga season

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Players of Spanish side Real Madrid have reportedly been told by their captain Sergio Ramos not to accept pay cut from the club’s chiefs this summer as Los Blancos are preparing for next season.

At the just concluded season in Europe, Real Madrid failed to retain their League title losing it to city rivals Atletico Madrid on the final day.

Zinedine Zidane has left his position as the coach at Real Madrid and the Frenchman has been replaced with former coach Carlo Ancelotti who dumped Premier League side Everton.

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According to the report on Sportsbible, Real Madrid chiefs have talked to their players for their weekly salaries to be cut down, but Sergio Ramos is said to have told them their plans.

Report added that Sergio Ramos told his teammates that Real Madrid chiefs only want to use the pay cut to lure PSG star Kylian Mbappe to the Bernabeu.

An unnamed player at Real Madrid is also said to have told the club’s chiefs what Sergio Ramos told his teammates which could cause serious mutiny.

The news comes after it was claimed that Madrid are continuing to make cuts in an attempt to manage the financial difficulties brought about by COVID-19.

Five months ago, Sergio Ramos was reportedly told by Real Madrid chiefs to take pay cut.

Sergio Ramos.
Sergio Ramos in action for Real Madrid.
Source: Getty Images

Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Manchester City are considering offering Real Madrid legend Sergio Ramos two year deal this summer.

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Real Madrid appoint former Chelsea manager as Zinedine Zidane’s replacement

The veteran Spanish defender will become a free agent by the time his current deal with Los Blancos expires this month.

He however looks ready to leave the Santiago Bernabeu after failing to reach a reasonable agreement with the Spanish League giants.

Meanwhile, sources close to Pep Guardiola claim the former Barcelona boss is looking for an experienced leader, with Ramos fitting the bill of what the manager wants.

The Citizens reached their first-ever Champions League final this recently concluded season but failed to lift the title after losing 1-0 to Chelsea in Portugal.

Source: Legit