Cristiano Ronaldo and Sergio Ramos have not fallen out

Genuine Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane says there is “no issue” between Cristiano Ronaldo and Sergio Ramos after bits of gossip that the combine have dropped out.

Ronaldo told columnists the club missed a portion of the players who left amid the late spring, while commander Ramos said “I don’t miss anybody”, prompting reports of strain.

Zidane was gotten some information about it before Saturday’s amusement at Atletico Madrid.

“Things are settled within,” the Frenchman said.

“I have two players who have left a mark on the world at this club. Them two recognize what we’re playing for and they regard each other. One of them saying a certain something, and the other, another, that is for you to talk about.

“Sergio is exceptionally brilliant and he can state whatever he loves. The same goes for Cristiano. They’re brilliant folks, they’ve been as one quite a while and have won a ton.

“From time to time, for one to think a certain something, and the other to state something different, it’s not an issue.

“On the off chance that you believe there’s issues between them, you’re mixed up. It’s a piece of life, and football, and on the off chance that they’re voicing their sentiments that just shows they’re alive.”

Shielding Spanish and European champions Real are third this season, eight focuses behind Barcelona in the wake of losing striker Alvaro Morata to Chelsea, assaulting midfielder James Rodriguez to Bayern Munich and safeguard Pepe to Besiktas in the mid year.

“We’re trailing Barcelona, I’m mindful of that,” said Zidane. “Be that as it may, there’s an ideal opportunity to get and surpass them. We can improve and that is the thing that we’ll endeavor to do.

“We will enhance, that is what we’re working towards and the players are prepared and completely focussed. Everything will work out fine.”

Genuine are just above fourth-put Atletico on objective contrast going into Saturday’s diversion at the Wanda Metropolitano (19:45 GMT)

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