“Our values are better represented when things are going the wrong way. We’re on the right track, the one of hard work. We have to stay together and that’s the recipe for success,” said Ramos during the event.
President Florentino Perez, who also assisted to the event, praised Ramos and explained why he is the leader of the team.
“It’s great to sign that 19-year-old player to our club back in 2008. He grew up at the Santiago Bernabeu with the badge and the shirt of Real Madrid and right now he’s a club legend who’s conquered it all thanks to the values of our club and his effort,” said Perez.
Real Madrid will face Barcelona trying to get a statement win away from the Bernabeu, knowing that this could be the only way to save Julen Lopetegui’s job.