Sergio Ramos Named 13th Greatest Real Madrid Player Of All Time, Top 50 Ranked


Real Madrid’s 50 greatest players ever have been ranked and Sergio Ramos finds himself in 13th place.

It was confirmed on Wednesday that Ramos will leave Los Blancos after 16 illustrious years with the club.

Ramos has won the lot with Madrid and captained the side from 2015 following Iker Casillas’ departure.

But 671 appearances and 22 trophies still isn’t enough for him to crack AS‘ top ten.

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In that top ten are former teammates Casillas as well as Cristiano Ronaldo, but neither of them are ahead of Alfredo Di Stefano.

Check out the entire top 50 below:

50. David Beckham

49. Jacinto Quincoces

48. Laurie Cunningham

47. José Santamaría

46. Steve McMannaman

45. Vicente del Bosque

44. Goyo Benito

43. Luka Modric

42. Marcelo

41. Karim Benzema

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40. Fernandes Morientes

39. Claude Makelele

38. Angel Di Maria

37. Martin Vazquez

36. Marquitos

35. Miguel Munoz

34. José María Zárraga

33. Francisco Buyo

32. Rafael Gordillo

31. Pepe

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30. Chendo

28. Ignacio Zoco

27. Roberto Carlos

26. Hector Rial

25. Ricardo Zamora

24. Manolo

23. Iván Zamorano

22. Santiago Bernabeu

21. Ronaldo Nazario

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20. Raymond Kopa

19. José Antonio Camacho

18. Santillana

17. Fernando Redondo

16. Predrag Mijatović

15. Gareth Bale

14. Juanito

13. Sergio Ramos

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12. Fernando Hierro

11. Hugo Sanchez

10. Emilio Butragueño

9. Pirri

8. Amancio Amaro

7. Iker Casillas

6. Raul

5. Zinedine Zidane

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4. Ferenc Puskas

3. Paco Gento

2. Cristiano Ronaldo

1. Alfredo Di Stefano

Ramos emotionally stated he would be back at the Santiago Bernabeu in the future, stressing it isn’t a final goodbye.

The 35-year-old played against some true legends of the game and one of those is former Barcelona superstar Ronaldinho.

El Gaucho often gave a young Ramos trouble in defence and he was quick to remind him on Friday evening.

I do… but this one a few months later was way better @10Ronaldinho

— Sergio Ramos (@SergioRamos) June 18, 2021

The 41-year-old uploaded an image of Ramos watching him strike the ball during an El Clasico match.

Ronaldinho wrote on Twitter: “Hey @SergioRamos – remember this night?!”

Ronaldinho was left with egg on his face when the Spain captain took to Twitter and responded with an incredible tweet.

Ramos attached an image of Madrid celebrating their 30th La Liga title and tweeted: “I do… but this one a few months later was way better.”

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