Real Madrid's newly-appointed manager Carlo Ancelotti says he will never forget what he achieved with Sergio Ramos and wishes the best for the departing defender.
at his press conference today, and he is set to embark on a new challenge away from the Santiago Bernabeu.
The 35-year-old scored 101 goals and provided 40 assists in 671 games for Real Madrid over his 16-year spell at La Liga outfit.
A modern-day great with the Merengues as well as Spain, the defender's trophy haul contains four UEFA Champions League titles, five Ligas, UEFA EUROs 2008 and 2012, and the 2010 FIFA World Cup.
He won his first Champions League with Los Blancos under
Ramos scored a late equalizer in the Final againstAtletico Madrid
and they eventually lifted the cup after adding three more goals in the extra time.
paid a touching tribute to Sergio Ramos after today’s press conference posting a picture of that night in Lisbon.
“Dear Sergio, I will never forget what we lived together. Good luck, captain,”
the Italian tactician wrote onTwitter
Ancelotti has returned to Real Madrid to replace
signing a three-year deal with the La Liga giants.