Ramos Has His Say On Neymar/Cavani Row
Sergio Ramos Has His Say On Neymar/Edinson Cavani Row
Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos has commented on the rift over set-piece duties between former FC Barcelona striker Neymar and Paris Saint-Germain teammate Edinson Cavani.
The Spanish defender, who was confirmed as a nominee for the 2017 Ballon d'Or on Monday, told members of the media that one would never see the same spat at Los Blancos.
"That kind of thing won't happen at Madrid because everything is planned before the game. It is all organised and co-ordinated," Ramos said, according to France Football.
"Cristiano takes the penalties, and if he isn't, then I do. There is even a third designated taker before each game.
"Cavani and Neymar are two great players, and I'm sure they'll come to an agreement over it."
Ramos also touched on his relationship with manager Zinedine Zidane, and revealed why he thinks they work so well together.
"We have a good friendship. I like being loyal to him, and things with him are always simple and clear. It is a beautiful relationship, and I have a friend for life with the coach," Ramos added.
"Diego Maradona once said, 'It is white or black but never grey', and that's what it is like with Zidane."
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