Real Madrid star wants San Siro move, claims agent

Lynette Rowe
August 15, 2018

Newly-signed goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois will reportedly miss Real Madrid's UEFA Super Cup clash against Atletico Madrid because he has not been registered.

Cristiano Ronaldo moved from Real Madrid to Juventus over the summer in a near £100million move after establishing himself as arguably the best player in Los Blancos history.

Now, the team that was built around Ronaldo and which has won three straight Champions League titles comes up against a strong Atletico team that won the Europa League and finished ahead of Madrid in the Spanish league. "We've always felt like a family here".

"We have had lots of success, which is because we are a family and he was part of that family, which we have continued to have. We are convinced he has the experience and mentality to have a great season".

The winger has registered six assists against Atletico down the years, including one in the 2015-16 Champions League final and one in the most recent meeting between the two sides, but he has generally found things more hard against La Rojiblancos. But in terms of motivation we never feel beneath anyone.

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But Ramos has hit back, and has no worries about the future of Real Madrid even without Ronaldo.

"I don't have a precise moment when I decided [to join]".

Although an early move for Antoine Griezmann broke down when the striker chose to stay with Atletico Madrid, they quickly sealed deals for Sevilla centre-back Clement Lenglet, Gremio playmaker Arthur and Bordeaux winger Malcom.

Real Madrid finished third in La Liga last season after a thoroughly disappointing campaign, 17 points behind arch-rivals and champions Barcelona, but Zidane papered over the cracks by guiding the team to a third European cup in a row.

"No one is above Real Madrid, whatever happens Real Madrid will continue to live on and it was his choice to leave".

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