Opinion: Florentino should resign if Sergio Ramos leaves

After the shocking reports of Sergio Ramos possibly thinking about leaving Real Madrid, we are certain Florentino should quit if this happens.

Florentino Perez has made many grave mistakes in recent years at Real Madrid, losing Sergio Ramos would be one of the worst of his presidency.

The chairman is coming from completing possibly the most forgettable season in his tenure at the club, the whole debacle started with Cristiano Ronaldo leaving the institution.

The Portuguese player had a fundamental disagreement with Perez about his status at the club, the president simply didn’t think he was worth what he requested in a contract extension.

Ronaldo quickly realized that Perez didn’t respect him or regard him as a symbol for the club, which is exactly what made him leave to Juventus.

The situation with Sergio Ramos is only a little bit similar, but it has many different nuances that are worth discussing.

Florentino Perez has always been a boss rather than a leader, he is one of those textbook tyrants who care very little about his employees’ humanity.

Knowing that the club was coming from an incredible last five seasons, all Florentino could think about was not spending a single season without winning any trophies.

This is the ultimate reason why the president and Sergio Ramos had a very vocal confrontation during the season.

Where the problem originated.

In order to understand the root of this decision, we need to go back to the day when Real Madrid got eliminated by AFC Ajax in the Champions League.

The tragedy took place at the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium and Sergio Ramos had to step up and defend many of the players who were being scalded by Florentino.

The chairman threatened to fire the captain, his response was fairly simple and seemed harmless at the time.

Instead of snapping back in anger, Sergio simply told Florentino that he would leave as long as he got paid to do so.

That incident was reported by several media outlets, including us. Months after this incident, it appears that Sergio Ramos hasn’t forgotten about the treatment he got from the president.

Apparently, Zidane’s technical staff was aware of this situation and they didn’t stop Ramos from talking to anybody about this.

The captain knows his worth within the squad and he is aware of how much the fans adore him, all he wants is some love from Florentino Perez.

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But the president has proven that he doesn’t know how to provide this love, this case is where things get remarkably similar to the whole drama with Cristiano Ronaldo.

Real Madrid’s board is relaxed over the situation.

Florentino Perez found out about the news that was reported and he immediately communicated his journalist friends about his reaction.

The chairman knows that Sergio Ramos still has a contract for the next two years with Real Madrid.

Perez is not even worried about what could happen and he doesn’t think that Ramos will act on this whim.

The problem here is that Florentino Perez seems to think that all the players want to play for Real Madrid all the time.

This type of arrogance is exactly what pushed Cristiano Ronaldo away from Real Madrid last summer.

Sergio Ramos won’t hesitate to leave the club if he doesn’t get that love he is asking from the president.

If Los Blancos’ skipper leaves Real Madrid, we honestly believe that Florentino Perez should step down as the club’s president.

This would be considered another major mistake in the chairman’s tenure and the fans shouldn’t forgive him for it.

This whole situation will stretch until the middle of the summer, Florentino is the one who could lose everything if he doesn’t play his cards right.

The fans won’t tolerate another mistake like the one he made with Ronaldo.

What do you think will happen between Sergio Ramos and Florentino Perez? Please share your opinion in the comment section down below.


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