According to Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos, winning a fifth European trophy with his club would be crazy, but he wants to do it before retiring.
Defender Sergio Ramos and Real Madrid have won four UEFA Champions League trophies together.
And now the 33-year-old wants to lift at least one more.
“I am a child of the neighborhood, of Camas, and I have worked hard to achieve my dream and, if the series helps someone, then that’s perfect,” he talked about his new documentary.
“It’s not just about football. [It’s about] family, music and horses, my other great passions.”
“The people will enjoy it and they’re going to see Sergio’s other side,” he stated.
“Winning a fifth Champions League would be crazy.”
Ramos commented: “That’s why I make sacrifices. To win another European Championship or World Cup would be unique.”
“Even a Ballon d’Or as well, and that’s why I fight every day,” he said.
“I feel I’m capable to continue for several more years,” the Real Madrid captain concluded.
🙌14 years at @RealMadrid… and 20 titles
💫 4x Champions League
🌐 4x Club World Cup
⭐ 3x UEFA Super Cup
🏆 4x LaLiga
👑 2x Copa del Rey
🇪🇸 3x Spanish Super Cup#HalaMadrid pic.twitter.com/SUlWlmvLH9
— Real Madrid C.F. 🇬🇧🇺🇸 (@realmadriden) September 8, 2019