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Sergio Ramos 'asked Carlo Ancelotti to keep him at Real Madrid'

:Headline: Sergio Ramos 'asked Carlo Ancelotti to keep him at Real Madrid':
Sergio Ramos reportedly spoke with Carlo Ancelotti in a bid to 'twist' Florentino Perez's arm during unsuccessful contract talks with Real Madrid.
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Sergio Ramos unsuccessfully enlisted the help of Carlo Ancelotti during contract negotiations with Real Madrid, according to a report.

The 35-year-old ran down his Bernabeu deal last season and was unable to agree to fresh terms with the club, eventually leading him to complete a free transfer to Paris Saint-Germain.

Ramos insisted at his farewell speech that he intended to stay in the Spanish capital, but Florentino Perez was only prepared to offer him a one-year extension rather than the two years he was holding out for.

According to Marca, Ramos spoke with Ancelotti upon the Italian's return to the Bernabeu dugout in the hope that he would be able to 'twist the arm' of the 74-year-old.

However, Ancelotti reportedly told Ramos that he was unable to affect a situation which was beyond his control, and as a result Ramos gave a tearful farewell to the club he had represented for 16 years.

The centre-back left Real Madrid after scoring 101 goals in 671 games for the capital club, but a calf injury has prevented him from making his PSG debut this month. body check tags ::

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