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What the future holds for Ramos?

Sergio Ramos has just a year left in his current deal at Real Madrid and he has yet to be engaged in contract extension talks.

However, Ramos' agent, Rene Ramos, who is also his brother, is not worried about his client's future at Santiago Bernabeu.

Sergio Ramos, who joined Real Madrid in 2005 and has been their captain since 2015, has just one year left in his deal at Santiago Bernabeu.

He has become a real legend for the Los Blancos as he made almost 650 appearances and won four Champions League titles with the club.

However, the Spain international is approaching the twilight of his career as he is already 34-year-old, but he still played in 25 of Madrid's 27 LaLiga games prior to the suspension due to the coronavirus pandemic.

However, Ramos' future might potentially lie elsewhere if Madrid opt not to extend their association.

But his agent is convinced that both sides want the defender to retire at Santiago Bernabeu.

"Football goes around a lot but there are very good intentions on both sides," Ramos' agent told Radio Marca.

“Hopefully he will retire at Real Madrid, it is his ream and I understand that it will be the desire of the club too.

“As of today, we have not spoken about anything but there is no need to be alarmed. The moment the club considers it, we will begin to speak.”

Rene Ramos also wanted to clear the misunderstanding about his previous comments he made about Ramos wanting to stretch out his Real Madrid career as long as he could.

"My words were misinterpreted," he added.

“What I wanted to say is that he will play until he and the club consider that he is fit to play for Real Madrid.”

Ramos is expected to start for Real Madrid on Sunday against Eibar.

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