Carlos Sainz He is a great fan of football and especially of Real Madrid. The two-time World Champion of the WRC He constantly expresses his support for the merengue club and this Thursday he gave another sample of his fanaticism. In his social networks, the Madrid native sent a warm message of support and respect to Sergio Ramos, who announced his departure from the club after 16 seasons as captain: “Thanks for everything”.
On his Twitter account, the winner of the Dakar rally and motorsport legend expressed his affection for Ramos. After the press conference in which he announced his departure from the club, Sainz wrote a short message for the footballer. “Thanks for everything Captain! Thank you for all the joys you have given us during all these years and for defending the shield like no one else. Good luck in your new stage Sergio Ramos! ”.
It is not the first time that Sainz has expressed his fanaticism. Previously, during Champions League, made a particular video with his son Carlos. There, the current pilot of the Formula 1 and Rally they showed themselves as footballers, listening to the famous anthem of the European competition. In addition, the oldest of the Sainz has been an honorary member of the merengue club for some months.
The news that Sergio Ramos was leaving Real Madrid was confirmed this Wednesday, while on Thursday morning the official farewell was made at a press conference. Along with the defender was Florentino Pérez. The Spaniard confirmed that his departure was not due to an economic problem, as he assured that he had no intention of leaving the team.
«In recent months, the club has made me an offer for a year with the lower salary, I want to emphasize that money was not a problem. I wanted two years. My thing was tranquility and stability with my family. The last talks, I accept the offer with the lower salary and they tell me that there is no offer. I was informed that after my last offer, that it had an expiration date. That is the truth, “he said.
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