The Spain international has procrastinated over signing a new contract at the Santiago Bernabeu, but admits he is happy.
Sergio Ramos’ future has been a point of contention in recent months, with The Independent stating this week that Chelsea have contacted the star’s agent to sound out a potential transfer.
With Jose Mourinho’s working relationship with the Spain international from their time together at Real Madrid and the centre-half’s contract running down, media speculation has continued to fill newspaper pages.
However, the Spain international has dismissed rumours that he is set to leave the Santiago Bernabeu and has stated that he is happy with Carlo Ancelotti’s men.
Ramos played all 90 minutes of Madrid’s 4-1 humbling of Real Sociedad yesterday, scoring the side’s second goal in the rout.
The World Cup winning defender has now started 17 La Liga games for the current European champions this season.
It appears that despite reports that he has stalled on signing a new contract, any potential interest from Premier League clubs is in vain.
Since signing for Madrid from Sevilla back in 2005, Ramos has won three La Liga titles, two Copa del Rey’s and the Champions League with the Spanish capital city side.