- Spanish League giants Real Madrid are closer to winning their 13th Champions League title after beating Juventus 4-3 on aggregate at the quarterfinal stage
- They will clash against Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich in the semi final later this month
- However, Sergio Ramos has learnt that 3 of their key players might dump the club if they win the title for the 3rd time in a row
Real Madrid superstar Sergio Ramos has revealed that some of his teammates will quit the Santiago Bernabeu should they win the Champions League title for the third time on a bounce.
The Galacticos are through to the semifinal stage of this year’s edition after beating Juventus 4-3 on aggregate in the quarterfinal phase this month.
Los Blancos won their 12th Champions League title following their 4-1 victory over Massimiliano Allegri’s side in June 2017.
The Spanish League giants will square up against Bayern Munich in the last four stage later this month in a bid to win their 13th UCL trophy this season.
However, Madrid captain claims another triumph for Zinedine Zidane’s men will force some of their players out of the club once the season wraps up in May.
According to Spanish publication Don Balon, three of Real’s players will seriously consider leaving if they win the competition.
The news outlet also claimed that the trio of Isco, Luka Modric and Raphael Varane will consider seeking new challenge at a different club next season.
Isco has not got enough playing time at the Bernabeu, hence, he has planning on joining a Premier League outfit this summer, while Modric, 32, is reportedly considering a move to an EPL club.
Meanwhile, Varane is a major target for Manchester United manager, Jose Mourinho, who is planning to reunite with his former player.
The Portuguese born tactician wants the Frenchman in his team next season and he will be ready to splash the cash on the defender.
Don Balon claims Varane is uncomfortable at the Bernabeu and might find it easy joining the Premier League side this summer.
Ramos now knows victory in the Champions League may lead to a mass overhaul of the squad with club president Florentino Perez expected to be busy in the transfer window.
Meanwhile, he wasn't available for his side in their slim victory over the Italian side during the week due to suspension from the reverse fixture in Italy a week before.
The Spaniard joined Los Blancos from Sevilla in the summer of 2005 and he has been superb for the team all through his stay at the club.
He has also led them to several titles which includes three Champions League titles, Four La Liga and several other trophies.
His current contract with the Galacticos will expire in 2020 and there's a chance he might extend his stay at the club beyond the stipulated period.
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