‘Ramos & Real Madrid won’ t repeat Ronaldo error’ – Valdano
Sergio Ramos will sign an agreement extension at Real Madrid, states Jorge Valdano, with the Blancos anticipated to do all they can to prevent a repeat of the Cristiano Ronaldo legend that took one talismanic figure off their books.
The Blancos paid the rate for parting with a five-time Ballon d’Or winner in the summer season of 2018.
After 9 record-setting years at Santiago Bernabeu, Portuguese super star Ronaldo was enabled to head for Italy and connect with Juventus.
Filling that void was never ever going to be simple for Real, and they have actually discovered that out to their expense through a variety of unsuccessful experiments.
There is now an extremely genuine risk that another leader within their ranks might quickly head for the exits.
Ramos is yet to be used an extension to his ending offer, suggesting that he might drop into the free-agent swimming pool at the end of the season.
Various landing areas have actually been mooted for the World Cup winner, from Manchester United to Paris Saint-Germain, with there still lots of football left in the 34-year-old protector.
With that in mind, and having actually made expensive mistakes in the current past, Valdano thinks that Real will connect their long-serving club captain to fresh terms.
The previous Blancos gamer and coach informed El Transistor: “He will end up renewing with Real Madrid. It would be a mistake on both sides if it were not done.
“The same thing happened with Cristiano. Real Madrid was left without the Champions League and Cristiano without the Ballon d’Or.”
Real did go back to winning methods without Ronaldo in 2019-20 as they regained the Liga title, however safeguarding that reward is showing to be difficult, with more points dropped in their newest getaway versus Osasuna.
Zinedine Zidane has actually questioned why that component, which was played out amidst a snowstorm in Spain, was enabled to occur on a frozen pitch.
La Liga chiefs have actually likewise dealt with criticism for permitting Real to take a trip to Pamplona, however Valdano thinks figures of blame are being pointed in the incorrect instructions.
He stated: “If a plane takes off, the responsibility is not with La Liga.”
The Argentine included on the problems being sustained by Zidane: “Every game we make the coaches responsible for more things.”
Zidane will be calling the shots as soon as again when Real go back to action on Thursday in a Super Cup semi-final clash with Athletic Club.