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Real Madrid players refuse to wear Ramos shirt

Real Madrid players refused to wear the shirt of Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos, after his departure from the team during the current summer transfer period.

Sergio Ramos left Real Madrid after 16 years this summer, and joined the ranks of Paris Saint-Germain in a two-season deal.

And according to what was published by the Spanish newspaper “Marca”, the number of Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos (4) is still vacant within the ranks of the royal so far, as all players have refused to approach him or wear it.

It is interesting that this situation happened within the ranks of the Spanish national team, as no player within the ranks of the Matador chose him.

The number 4 has historical roots in Real Madrid, where Santisteban and Santamaria wore it in the black and white kit, as well as Perry, Steeleq, Rocha, Alcorta and Fernando Hierro.

It is expected that the Brazilian Marcelo will be the captain of Real Madrid during the next season, and his Frenchman Karim Benzema will be behind him.

On the other hand, press reports revealed the details of the conversation that took place between Sergio Ramos, defender of the Paris Saint-Germain team, and his former colleague Ashraf Hakimi, the right-back of Al-Biyagi, in the first session of the duo with the French capital club.

Paris Saint-Germain had signed former Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos for two seasons on a free transfer, while Moroccan Ashraf Hakimi joined from Inter Milan until June 2026, for 60 million euros.

And according to the Spanish newspaper “Marca”, Sergio Ramos met his new colleagues in Paris Saint-Germain, in the first training, and met his former colleagues Ashraf Hakimi and Keylor Navas, where they had spent together a period within the ranks of Real Madrid.

Costa Rican Keylor Navas and Moroccan Achraf Hakimi welcomed Sergio Ramos to Paris Saint-Germain.

"We made a good decision, didn't we?" Sergio Ramos told Achraf Hakimi in their first meeting.

Sergio Ramos is preparing for a new experience in the Paris Saint-Germain shirt, after he left Real Madrid after a long career that lasted 16 years.