Mercato | Mercato – Real Madrid: A great disaster avoided thanks to the departure of Sergio Ramos?

Posted on October 23, 2021 at 9:00 p.m. by BC

Taking advantage of the departure of Sergio Ramos to establish himself as a holder at Real Madrid, Éder Militão could have left the Spanish capital if the summer recruit of PSG had extended his lease at the Merengue.

For many months, the situation of Sergio Ramos made a lot of talk to Real Madrid . While his physical condition was considered worrying, the emblematic Spanish defender negotiated in the same extension with Florentino Pérez , but the two men did not finally find any ground of agreement, forcing the player to pack up. Sergio Ramos is therefore now playing at PSG , although his debut is still long overdue due to his physical problems. In Madrid , the departure of the 2010 world champion seems to have been quickly digested, especially as it allowed Éder Militão to establish himself as an indisputable holder in the axis of defense. The Portuguese can therefore relish, especially since he was starting to lose patience.

Éder Militão was thinking of leaving because of Sergio Ramos

According to information from El Nacional , Real Madrid was not guaranteed to be able to keep Éder Militão few months ago. And for good reason, the Portugal international feared he would not have enough playing time if Sergio Ramos were to extend his contract, prompting him to listen to offers as the summer transfer window approached. Liverpool , Arsenal , Tottenham and Juventus were particularly interested in Militão , from what arouse the interest of the latter despite his desire to win at Real Madrid . At that time, Florentino Pérez would then have guaranteed him that the best option for him was to stay, since the departure of Sergio Ramos was clearly envisioned internally and the likelihood that Raphaël Varane left was also high. Éder Militão would then have trusted the president of Real Madrid , and time has shown that he had had raison.

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