Injury excluded him from action from April 3, and he returned to the field only on June 7 with Spain, when he reappeared to become the player with the most significant victories for La Roja.

Sergio Ramos wants the fifth title

Sergio Ramos lost the back end of the 2018/19 season, but Real Madrid were already out of a dispute in every competition. Injury excluded him from action from April 3, and he returned to the field only on June 7 with Spain, when he reappeared to become the player with the most significant victories for La Roja. Now Ramos will have the season finale with everything on the line. He had 11 games left to win LaLiga, a competition in which Los Blancos had just slipped up, losing to Real Betis before the break. In an impressive career, Ramos has won four LaLiga titles and four Champions League. However, four titles over 15 years at Real Madrid are not enough to challenge other club legends, and he will desperately add a fifth to those he won in 2007, 2008, 2012, and 2017.

 

Now he is the pillar of the party, and Zinedine Zidane will need him at best to drive the team forward to the race. Ramos’ head should be focused on the title, and while the situation would be different in the absence of fans in attendance, he should remain focused on the job at hand. The question of his extension will have to wait, even with a contract expiring in June 2021. Florentino Perez wants to find a solution, but negotiations are still on ice, and the club wants to maintain the one-year policy that they have for players of a certain age. With No.4 on the back, Ramos will strive to separate from this figure and add the fifth LaLiga title.