Sergio Ramos ‘wants to play for Spain at Tokyo 2020’ as he aims to add Olympic medal to his trophy haul
- Sergio Ramos wants to play for Spain in next summer’s Tokyo Olympics
- Three over 23s are allowed to be selected by each competing nation
- Ramos is also expected to captain his country at next summer’s Euros
An Olympic medal is one of the few accolades missing from the Real Madrid captain’s glittering haul, and he is believed to be desperate to add it to his collection.
Though he will be a part of the Spanish side at next year’s European Championship, he believes he could play for his country in Tokyo as well.
Sergio Ramos is considering representing Spain at the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo
The final takes place at Wembley on July 12, just 10 days before the football tournament kicks off in Japan.
Spanish newspaper El Mundo report that an Olympic victory would be a ‘dream’ for the centre-back.
Spain usually fill their squad with youngsters, although they are allowed to pick three over 23s.
An Olympic medal is one of the few accolades that have eluded Ramos in his career so far