In the last couple of days, Sergio Ramos has come under fire from some Real Madrid supporters after a video surfaced on X of him refusing to sign a Los Blancos jersey.
Presumably after a training session, Ramos is seen signing jerseys from Sevilla and Paris Saint-Germain, although he decides against autographing one from Real Madrid. However, the 37-year-old has fired back in a tweet of his own.
“Before that moment I had already signed about 6 Real Madrid shirts, and then there are people who auction them or sell them on the Internet.”
Antes de ese momento ya le había firmado unas 6 camisetas del @realmadrid. Y luego es gente que las subasta o vende en Internet… https://t.co/viiEsZu0r5
— Sergio Ramos (@SergioRamos) November 18, 2023
Ramos isn’t the first player to hit out at fans for using these signed items to sell on for profit. Joao Cancelo ran into a similar incident earlier in the season involving some Barcelona supporters, and you can understand the frustration from a footballer’s point of view, as they feel as if they are being used.