The Real Madrid captain believes his Welsh teammate, Gareth Bale, is a great player and he will leave a legacy at the Spanish La Liga club.
Wales footballer Gareth Bale is not having the best time of his life.
The Real Madrid footballer was almost set to leave the Spanish La Liga tournament and has been criticized a lot.
But according to Los Blancos captain, Sergio Ramos, the player will surely leave a legacy at the club as hi backs up for success.
“You find many things in the press. Some are true, some are not. We live in this world and we have to try to be above all that,” Ramos told Goal.
“Regarding what has been said about Gareth, I think time puts everything in place.”
Ramos continued: “Regardless of what each player does in his personal life, I think it should be respected and not even talked about. We’re free to do what we want with our free time.”
“Of course, professionally, you owe yourself to a team, to a club, and you try to be as honest as possible. Afterward, it’s up to each person to go home with a clear conscience or not.”
“He remains the same person. He keeps his essence as a manager. He has more experience,” Ramos said of coach Zinedine Zidane.
“I would sum up, in essence, he is the same person, but better because he has more experience.”
“Of course after a winning streak for a long time, there’s a turning point. Yes, we stopped winning. But there isn’t a component of the team that is tired of winning. It is just something that happened and we have to reset and restart. We have new people in our team,” he concluded.
⚽️ Sergio Ramos
⚽️ Gareth Bale
⚽️⚽️ Karim Benzema
— LaLiga (@LaLigaEN) August 26, 2018