Sergio Ramos reveals his row with Perez was settled in the dressing room

Sergio Ramos reveals his row with Perez was settled in the dressing room

- Sergio Ramos answered six questions about his his Real Madrid's future

- Ramos was involved in a row with President Florentino Perez after Ajax defeat

- The 32-year-old also explained how he resolved his training spat with Marcelo

Sergio Ramos took to his Twitter handle to set the record straight if he will still playing for Real Madrid next season following argument with president Florentino Perez.

A couple of Spanish news media outlets claim Perez slammed the Real captain for their disgraceful outing in the Champions League against Ajax.

It is understood that the Spain international reportedly responded to Perez that his summer recruitment was embarrassing which the president replied: "I'll sack you".

The defender hit back: "Perfect. You pay me and I'll leave."

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Ramos was given an additional suspension after he deliberately committed a foul in their first against the Amsterdam outfit.

This was another issue the 32-year-old addressed in his Twitter Q&A on Monday.

"As footballers we like to do our talking on the pitch but this season is not turning out that way. Recent events have been disastrous and I’m not hiding. We are not hiding. We the players are primarily responsible and I, as captain, more than anyone.

"That's why I thought that the most honest way to answer the questions that are circulating around us would be to tackle them directly."

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Question: Did you address your teammates and criticize them?

Question: Did you have a confrontation with Marcelo?

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The Real Madrid captain concluded on a positive note.

Meanwhile, had earlier reported that Sergio Ramos could be on his way to Juventus as the Italian champions are plotting an audacious swoop for the Real Madrid captain.

The Bianconeri want the influential Spanish captain at the Allianz Stadium and the prospect of Jose Mourinho returning to the Bernabeu could seal a deal for Ramos. ( -> We have updated to serve you better.

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