Spanish footballer Sergio Ramos hit back at trollers after receiving criticism for not signing Real Madrid shirts. Recently, a video emerged on social media where the footballer could be seen signing jerseys for fans. However, he refused to sign a Real Madrid shirt, drawing criticism from fans on social media. However, the veteran quickly defended himself and explained why he refused to sign the Real Madrid jersey.
In a video doing rounds on social media, after a training session, Ramos is seen signing jerseys from Sevilla and Paris Saint-Germain. However, the footballer refused to sign the Real Madrid jersey, the Spanish giants, where he spent 16 years of his career.
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The defender has defended his actions after the video went viral on social media, where he said, "Before that moment I had already signed about 6 [Real Madrid] shirts. And then there are people who auction them or sell them on the internet."
Ramos, who joined Real Madrid in 2005 from Sevilla, returned to his boyhood club after 16 years and playing 671 matches for Los Blancos. In the club, he won five La Liga titles and four Champions League crowns, among other trophies, before he moved to Paris Saint-Germain. He then made a return to his former team Sevilla last summer.