Real Madrid captain, Sergio Ramos has reacted following the shocking resignation of manager, Zinedine Zidane.
Following his shock exit from Real Madrid, club captain, Sergio Ramos has paid tribute to his Manager Zinedine Zidane. Zidane resigned today during a press conference at the Santiago Bernabeu explaining that it was the right moment for a change.
The shock announcement came 5 days after the 45-year-old led Los Blancos to a third consecutive Champions League title, having beaten Liverpool 3-1 in Kiev, Ukraine, on Saturday.
Appearing at a press conference alongside Real president Florentino Perez, World Cup winner Zidane said: "I have taken the decision to not continue going into the next season.
"For me and for everybody, I think the moment to change has arrived. It was not an easy decision.
"I think it's the moment, both for me, the team and the club (to step down).
"It's a strange moment to do so, I know, but an important one too. I had to do this for everyone.
"This side should carry on winning and needs a change for this. After three years it needs another voice, another method of work, for this I took this decision."
The former Real star revealed he broke the news of his departure to captain Ramos first.
And the Spain centre-back responded by posting a touching message on Twitter.
He said: "As a player and coach you decided to say goodbye at the top. Thank you for two and a half incredible years. Your legacy will never be erased, one of the most successful chapters in the history of our beloved Real Madrid."
Ramos was soon joined by his team-mates in posting to social media...