- Los Blancos captain Sergio Ramos might be leaving Real Madrid anytime soon
- He dropped a hint on social media revealing he is opened to a new challenge at a different club side
- The Spanish national team skipper led the Galacticos to three back to back Champions League glory
Real Madrid are reportedly in more trouble as they are set to lose their skipper Sergio Ramos to another club this summer as reported by Tribal Football.
The 32-year-old joined the Galacticos in 2005 from Sevilla and has inspired them to win several titles - including three back to back Champions League titles in the last three years.
He has scored 53 goals in over 390 competitive matches for Los Blancos in his 13 year reign at the Spanish League giants.
Ramos making reference to his colleague Lucas Vazquez, who captained the Real in the 3-1 victory over Juventus, he said the attacker has four more years on his contract to wear the team's armband.
The Real skipper said: "You only have four years left and I'll leave the armband ... (Nacho, Carva ...)".
The Spanish national team captain has two more years on his current deal with the Santiago Bernabeu side, however, his comment has inevitably sparked speculation he is now planning for life beyond Madrid.
Indeed, AS is reporting the defender's post suggests his next contract will be his last as a Real player.
NAIJ.com previously reported that Spain captain Sergio Ramos is yet to join his Real Madrid teammates the defender is currently enjoying his summer holiday in an undisclosed location.
The 31-year-old was part of the Spanish team that crashed out of this year's FIFA World Cup in Russia at the round of 16 after losing on penalties to host country Russia.
He however posted some pictures of himself, along with long-term partner Pilar Rubio and young sons Sergio Ramos Jnr and Marco.
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