Jose Mourinho has told the likes of Chelsea they would be signing ‘a very good player’ if they managed to secure a transfer deal for Sergio Ramos.
Ramos leaves behind an incredible legacy in Madrid, the 35-year-old having won five La Liga titles, two Copas del Rey, four Supercopas de Espana, four Champions Leagues, three UEFA Super Cups and four Club World Cups.
Chelsea are reportedly ready to try and bring him to the Premier League, to add a bit more quality to that back-line and to help Ageing Brazilian defender Thiago Silva out over the course of the season.
And amid the speculation that the Blues are very much interested in signing Ramos, Mourinho has opened up and told chasing teams that they would be signing a very good player if they manage to secure his services.
“He’s the kind of player you expect to finish his career at Real Madrid,” the Special One said on TalkSport
“So it’s quite surprising that it didn’t happen.
“I believe that, in spite of his injuries this season that kept him out for a couple of months, that doesn’t hide the fact he’s still a very good player capable of performing for a couple more seasons at a very good level.
“I can imagine we are going to see him playing at a very good club.
“Only a top club would be in condition to fulfil his financial demands.”
Would Chelsea fans welcome the player or do you guys feel that he is now coming towards the back-end of his time at the top level?