Ramos has been battling injuries this season and has only participated in five games this year.
The club said on Wednesday that Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos will leave after he has played for 16 years and won 22 trophies.
Real Madrid stated that it will pay Ramos “tribute and goodbye” on Thursday in the presence of the club’s chairman Florentino Perez.
Ramos, 35, has been battling injuries this season and has only played five games since the beginning of this year.
He played 21 times for Real Madrid in all competitions, the lowest in his 15 seasons with the club.
Ramos moved to Real Madrid from Seville in 2005 for 27 million euros, setting a record for the highest transfer fee for a Spanish defender. Ramos played 671 times and scored 101 goals, and was appointed captain in 2015 after goalkeeper Casillas left.
He is one of the most successful players in the club’s history, winning five La Liga titles, four Champions League titles and two Copa del Rey.
This season, Ramos also missed the game due to injury after contracting COVID-19.
He participated in the last game of the La Liga season against Villarreal, but did not participate in the game.
According to Spanish media reports, Real Madrid and Ramos failed to reach an agreement on his contract renewal that expires on June 30.
According to reports, after the COVID-19 pandemic, the club hopes to offer him a one-year contract and cut his salary by 10%, while Ramos hopes to extend two seasons.
The experienced defender was also excluded from the Spanish team in the 2020 European Cup.
Ramos’ absence means that there is not a single Madrid player in the Spanish team.
Ramos is the player with the most appearances in the history of the Spanish national team. He has played 180 games. With 23 goals, he is also the eighth highest scorer in Spanish history.
He represented Spain in four World Cups and three European Championships. He was a key member of the team that won the 2010 World Cup and the 2008 and 2012 European Championships.