Sergio Ramos Sends Apologies to Sevilla Fans After Completing Surprise Transfer

Sergio Ramos Sends Apologies to Sevilla Fans After Completing Surprise Transfer

Sergio Ramos made a big comeback to his childhood team, Sevilla, in a surprising move. This happened while there were talks about him possibly going to the Middle East for a new team.

The 37-year-old defender had just left Paris Saint-Germain after his contract ended. Many teams wanted him, including Besiktas and Galatasaray from Turkey, but he turned them down.

Ramos was also rumored to be joining the Saudi Pro League club Al-Ittihad. However, he surprised everyone by returning to Sevilla, the team he left in 2005 to join Real Madrid in a controversial transfer.

When Sevilla announced his return, they shared a video on their official Twitter page where Ramos apologized to Sevilla fans and explained why he was coming back to the club.

Ramos apologises to Sevilla fans
The Sevilla academy graduate stated in the video:

"Hello Sevillistas.
"Today is a very special day for me, very exciting. I’m finally coming home. I’m looking forward to that moment, to wear this shirt again and put this crest back on my chest.
"It has been 18 years since I left. I think I have made mistakes and I want to take this opportunity to apologise to any Sevillista who may have felt offended by gestures I may have made at the time."
Ramos also stated his ambition alongside the reasons behind his return to the La Liga club.
"We are all in the same boat and we are all part of the same family. I’ve come to join in, to row in the same direction, and I’m looking forward to stepping foot in the Sánchez-Pizjuán and meeting you all again.
"It [his return] was a debt I owed to myself, to my family, to my grandfather, to my father. I hope to see you very soon. I come here to give my all and to achieve the objectives with the team."
Following the completion of his transfer, Ramos will hope to propel Sevilla, who are currently rock bottom in this season’s La Liga standings, to their first victory when they welcome Las Palmas to the Sanchez Pizjuan after the international break.

On the part of Sevilla, the iconic defender could be just the perfect piece of the defensive puzzle needed by coach Jose Luis Mendilibar, considering the club's defensive frailties.

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