Sergio Ramos has assured that he does not have any difference of opinion with Real Madrid over the signing of a new contract.
Real Madrid skipper Sergio Ramos is not looking to rush into penning down a new deal with the club.
The 33-year old is approaching the final 12 months of his stay at the Santiago Bernabeu. Hence, Los Blancos were hoping he commits his future to the club by signing fresh terms.
But rumors have emerged that Ramos is stalling signing a new contract following a difference of demands between him and the club.
Earlier, manager Zidane Zidane insisted that he would love to have the Spaniard by his side.
And recently, the World Cup winner also expressed his interest in continuing at Real Madrid. Speaking in the pre-match conference ahead of the clash against Man City, he said:
“The relationship with the club is magnificent in every way. So there is no rush on any side – mine or the club.
“I’ve never made extra demands, I understand the club’s policy with players of a certain age. If the club wants me to stay, I’ll stay, no need to worry.
“It seems they want to provoke a confrontation between the club and Ramos and it will not be like that.”