Real Madrid defender, Sergio Ramos, didn’t want to comment on the recent comments by Cristiano Ronaldo, who publicly stated he is not happy with the sale of Angel Di Maria and Xabi Alonso.
Ronaldo said that if he was Real Madrid president, he would have handled the Los Blancos transfer business differently, but Ramos urged his teammate to ‘abide’ to the clubs rules and not criticise his bosses.
"We may all have our own opinion and that's fine; I'm not going to start judging Cristiano's words or any player's,” he said as quoted by Marca.
“We belong to a club and we must abide by the rules of that club. My opinion I keep to myself, now is not the time to reach conclusions.”
The Spaniard instead heaped praise on Real Madrid's new signing, Javier 'Chicharito' Hernández, who joined the club on loan from Manchester United.
"He's an internationally renowned player, recognized in the footballing world and can play an important role in our team. Everything that adds to the side is positive,” he added.
Ramos joined the Spanish national team today ahead of their friendly against France on Thursday.
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