Sergio Ramos has renewed his contract with Real Madrid for the next five seasons. Under the new deal, the defender born in Camas (Seville) will remain in the famous white shirt until the year 2020.
Since arriving at Madrid in the 2005-2006 season from Sevilla FC, Sergio Ramos has settled in as first choice centre back, even becoming the club’s current first team captain. Over those ten seasons, he has played 445 official matches scoring 55 goals, some of them unforgettable such as that header in Lisbon that will remain forever in the memory of all supporters and contributed so decisively to Real Madrid winning their tenth European Cup.
Sergio Ramos has won everything with Real Madrid: one Champions League, one Club World Cup (where he won the tournament’s Golden Ball award), one European Supercup, three La Liga titles, two Copa del Rey titles and two Spanish Supercups. He has been selected in the FIFA FIFPro World XI on five occasions. In addition to this silverware we can add a World Cup and two European Championships with the Spanish national team, with which he made his début at 19 and hopes to win many more caps.
The paths of Sergio Ramos and Real Madrid will remain united for at least another five seasons, during which the centre back hopes to remain a key player and help the team to winning every title possible.