Quantcast

10 things to look out for in the Europa League

Football fans are finally BACK at Arsenal, Jose Mourinho's Tottenham face must-win game at LASK and Napoli hope to honour Diego Maradona by continuing...
More

    ‘Staff backlash’ over Eton’s ‘aggressively woke’ cultural revolution

    'Staff backlash' over Eton headmaster 'Trendy Hendy's' 'aggressively woke' cultural revolution to overhaul 580-year-old public school - as 1,000 pupils sign petition to reinstate...

    President Donald Trump cuts 46-minute solo White House video claiming election fraud on Facebook

    President Donald Trump unloads his latest election complaints and calls to 'turn over the election' in 46-minute solo White House video that he releases...

    Trump Delivers 46-Minute Speech on the ‘Rigged’ Election From White House

    @media (pointer: coarse) { .nytslm_outerContainer { overflow-x: scroll; -webkit-overflow-scrolling: touch; ...

    Kentucky Mayor charged with DUI after falling asleep in a drive-thru and crashing into pole

    Kentucky Mayor is charged with DUI after falling asleep in a White Castle drive-thru line and crashing into a utility pole Shively mayor Beverly Chester-Burton...

    Luis Enrique insists Sergio Ramos will not be affected by uncertainty over his Real Madrid future

    ‘If there is someone with enough experience to handle this personal situation it is him’: Luis Enrique insists Sergio Ramos will not be affected by uncertainty over his Real Madrid future with PSG circling

    Spain manager Luis Enrique has insisted that Sergio Ramos has not been and never will be affected by talk over his future with his days at Real Madrid uncertain.

    The Madrid captain is widely believed to be keen to end his career at the Bernabeu, but his future is mired in uncertainty with his current terms set to run down at the end of the season. 

    And according to AS, Paris Saint-Germain are ready to tempt Ramos away from the Spanish capital, by offering him a three-year contract worth an eye-watering £18million per season after tax.

    Sergio Ramos’ Real Madrid contract runs out next June, and PSG are circling for his signature

    But Enrique has backed Ramos to deal with the intense talk over his future with Spain gearing up for a crunch Nations League clash with Germany on Tuesday – a must-win match if they are to leapfrog their opponents and qualify for the tournament’s finals.

    ‘Everything that is generated around Ramos is neither new, nor old, nor is it anything,’ the Spain boss said in his pre-match press conference.

    ‘It is what it is and what it means to have a player of this level. It is normal that there is pressure around and you have to live with that.

    ‘If there is someone with enough experience to handle this personal situation it is Sergio Ramos.

    Luis Enrique has backed Ramos to deal with the uncertainty surrounding his club future

    Luis Enrique has backed Ramos to deal with the uncertainty surrounding his club future

    ‘He is well prepared, and I see him the same as the first day we arrived at the national team, his enthusiasm, his leadership. His face does not change at all and this is part of the things that a footballer should know how to carry.’

    As of January 1, 34-year-old Ramos will be able to open talks with foreign clubs and discuss brokering a switch next summer. Zinedine Zidane, however, has stressed his desire to keep him at Madrid.

    Real are not willing to offer Ramos more than a one-year extension, in line with their usual policy of extending the deals of players over the age of 30 by just a single year.

    But on this occasion, Real are said to be willing to stretch to the option of a further year on top, with the clause subject to a series of variables.

    Ramos has won four Champions Leagues, five LaLiga titles and two Copa del Rey's with Madrid

    Ramos has won four Champions Leagues, five LaLiga titles and two Copa del Rey’s with Madrid

    PSG are thought to be likely to hold out until January 1 before tabling their lavish proposal – and figures at Real are even believed to view Ramos as currently more likely to leave.

    AS also reported that Ramos is yet to sit down face to face with president Florentino Perez, but has stressed to Real representatives that his wish is to stay in Madrid and retire there. 

    The Spain stalwart has spent 16 seasons in total with the club, and believes that his years of service should persuade Real to offer him a guaranteed two-year contract until 2023. 



    LEAVE A REPLY

    Please enter your comment!
    Please enter your name here

    Latest Posts

    Single mother raises 12 children after sister and brother-in-law died from coronavirus

    Single mother, 40, is now raising TWELVE children after her sister and brother-in-law died from COVID-19, leaving behind five kids Francesca McCall, 40, lost her...

    Heathrow bosses want to charge £5 for cars to drop passengers at departures

    Heathrow bosses want to charge £5 for cars to drop passengers at departures in desperate bid to claw back some of airport's £1.5billion lockdown...

    The human rights lawyers celebrating after Priti Patel raged at them over Jamaican deportation plane

    'What a result!': The human rights 'leftie lawyers' celebrating after Priti Patel raged at them for grounding Jamaica-bound deportation flight - meaning two rapists...

    How Scientists Tracked Down a Mass Killer (of Salmon)

    #masthead-section-label, #masthead-bar-one { display: none } Climate and Environment Pebble Mine Trump’s Changes Climate 101 Environmental Racism Advertisement Continue reading the main story Supported by Continue reading the main story How Scientists Tracked Down...