Sergio Ramos has no arrangements to take after Barca defender Gerard Pique into international retirement after the 2018 World Cup and is determined that despite everything he has “many years left” at the top.
The Galacticos captain turns 31 on Thursday but, is hinting at no backing off as he keeps on being an imperative machine gear piece in the national team and for Madrid
Ramos who will play Spain’s international friendly against France in Paris on Tuesday and his willing to reach 142 caps in the process, with Iker Casillas’ on 167 caps as well.
Meanwhile, Barcelona centre-back Pique won’t be around for any longer having as of now revealed plans to step far from the national team after 2018 World Cup in Russia, however, Sergio Ramos won’t take retirement action accordingly.
“I am in the middle of my career,” he said at a media conference.
“I have many years left at a good level. Each season I reset myself to start from scratch, not settling for what I’ve already won.
“As long as I continue to want to win, both in the national team and in the club, I will continue playing. I hope it’s the longest possible time – I see it [retirement] far in the future.”