Sergio Ramos has been at loggerheads with Real Madrid over a new deal as the central defender runs out of a contract in six months.
Reports suggest that a 10% salary deduction is the biggest roadblock in Ramos agreeing a new contract with his beloved club.
Though, the contract rebel might have taken it too far with his demands.
Ramos Lookalike in Washington
A horde of angry Donald Trump supporters shocked the entire world when they attacked the Capitol Hill building in Washington on Wednesday.
Even in such a grim situation, football fans managed to make light of the situation when a Twitter user noticed the uncanny similarity between a Trump supporter and Sergio Ramos while watching the coverage of the incident on his TV.
With the news of Capitol Hill attack and the drama surrounding Ramos’ contract renewal, it didn’t take the internet long to put the two things together, in rather hilarious manner.
Check out the reaction below –
Sergio Ramos has gone too far in his attempt to get a contract renewal at Real Madrid. pic.twitter.com/BcCj6Bawy0— Troll Football (@TrollFootball) January 7, 2021
Not sure rioting on Capitol Hill is the right way to get a new contract from Real Madrid @SergioRamos pic.twitter.com/wsx3mQrvMV— Football (@Football) January 7, 2021
Sergio Ramos protesting on Capitol Hill yesterday trying to get a new contract from Real Madrid… pic.twitter.com/a0cmnkxHE1— BenchWarmers (@BeWarmers) January 7, 2021
Sergio Ramos was not at Real Madrid training yesterday…….he was on Capitol Hill 😂😂😂 (via @JSEGURACLARA ) pic.twitter.com/gNTAAaPXtC— Joe Morrison (@joefooty) January 7, 2021
Sergio Ramos hasn’t extended his contract with Real Madrid as he is transferring to Trump FC. [REP] pic.twitter.com/HQ3DVLr1AT— Atharva (@Athsonfire) January 7, 2021
Ramos has been caught protesting in front of Florentino Pérez’s office pic.twitter.com/a4kQG0oD2Y— Parker (@Robertonical) January 7, 2021
Looks like ozil will join his friend Sergio Ramos at DC united. pic.twitter.com/1UuHM9B1qJ— irfi (@irfi_17) January 7, 2021
Just need a ‘Here We Go’ from @FabrizioRomano to 100% confirm Sergio Ramos’ presence yesterday at the capitol pic.twitter.com/tuMIDw0kBP— Arsalan Khattak (@LioM10__) January 7, 2021