Real Madrid will continue to win without Cristiano Ronaldo, Sergio Ramos believes

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Club captain: Sergio Ramos.

Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos insists the Whites will continue to win top honours despite Cristiano Ronaldo‘s summer departure to Juventus.

The Los Blancos club legend’s switch to Serie A has left quite a void but Ramos is confident it will be business as usual for the Spanish giants this term.

Watch the 32-year-old defender speak ahead of Wednesday evening’s UEFA Super Cup clash against Atletico Madrid.

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Gareth Bale receives support from Real Madrid boss Julen Lopetegui

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Gareth Bale is set to start on Wednesday evening in Tallinn.

Real Madrid boss Julen Lopetegui has revealed his delight that Gareth Bale is staying at the club.

There was plenty of speculation over the course of the summer that the Whites attacker would leave the Bernabeu, however, the Welshman is set to be an integral part of Los Blancos this season.

Given Bale did not see eye to eye with Zinedine Zidane, the former Tottenham ace now has the full confidence of Lopetegui.

Watch the Real manager speak below ahead of Wednesday’s UEFA Super Cup final clash against Atletico Madrid.

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Vinicius Junior is the 'present and future' of Real Madrid, says Marcelo

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Vinicius Junior could become the latest Brazilian to star at Real Madrid.

Real Madrid left-back Marcelo has hailed the arrival of fellow Brazilian Vinicius Junior, who was signed by the club in 2017 before joining this summer.

The 18-year-old has been described as a player for the future, but Marcelo believes his young compatriot is ready to shine already.

“He is the present of Real Madrid, he is on our team,” Marcelo told reporters at a press conference ahead of Wednesday’s UEFA Super Cup clash against Atletico Madrid.

“I was 18 when I arrived and Sergio Ramos was 19.

“He [Vinicius] is a young boy and we want to make him feel at ease and help him.

“He is the present and future of the club.

“I am happy there is another Brazilian at Real Madrid.

“He has been welcomed by everyone, he is a child almost and has a great future ahead of him.

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