Sergio Ramos blasts Cristiano Ronaldo over utterances about Real Madrid

Sergio Ramos blasts Cristiano Ronaldo over utterances about Real Madrid

- Ramos has faulted Ronaldo's comments saying 'no-one is bigger than Real Madrid'

- The 33-year-old Ronaldo claimed Juventus was more of a 'family' than the Los Blancos

- The Portuguese swapped the Bernabeu for Turin in a deal worth £100m this summer

Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos has blasted former teammate Cristiano Ronaldo following the Portuguese's comments after his switch from the Los Blancos to Serie A champions Juventus.

According to a UK Mirror report, Ronaldo recently claimed that Juventus was more of a 'family' than he had in the Spanish capital, following his £100m switch from the Spanish topflight where he established himself as one of the best player in Galaticos record books.

At the last count the Portuguese claimed four Champions League titles as well as Real's all-time top goal scorer.

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However, Ramos is unyielding and has bluntly told his ex-teammate that no player is bigger than the Los Blancos squad.

"Here were have always felt like a family, so I don’t know what he was talking about," he said. "We have had lots of success, which is because we are a family and he was part of that family, which we have continued to have.

"It’s obviously a negative when you lose a player like Cristiano Ronaldo, but we can continue to win and in Real Madrid’s history many have come and gone, but Real Madrid continue to win.

"No one is above Real Madrid, whatever happens Real Madrid will continue to live on and it was his choice to leave. The decisions are not mine to make, but the doors are always open to those that want to be part of Real Madrid.

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Meanwhile, previously had reported that Spanish city rivals Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid arrived Tallinn on Monday, August 13, ahead of their UEFA Super Cup showdown.

According to a UK Daily Mail report Champions League winners Real Madrid and Europa League kings Atletico both included star-studded squad members in their team to the Estonian capital.

The two clubs clash at the 15,000-capacity Lillekula Stadium on Wednesday night.

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