Real Madrid defender Sergio Ramos insists he feels no resentment towards former manager Jose Mourinho following the Spanish giants' 3-1 victory over Chelsea in the final of the International Champions Cup in Miami.
Ramos, who joined Real from La Liga rivals Sevilla in 2005 before going on to amass 108 caps for the national team, apparently endured a rather fractious relationship with Mourinho during the Portuguese's eventful three-year spell at the Bernabeu.
Yet despite their differences, Ramos claims to harbour no lingering resentment towards his former boss.
"I didn't talk to Mourinho," Ramos confirmed to reporters after a Cristiano Ronaldo brace had propelled Real to a comfortable victory.
"Others said hello to him; I have no feelings of resentment towards him, like I've always said: resentment is for losers, and that's not something we do here.
"The drama, the controversy was stirred by the press. We have the maximum amount of respect for Chelsea as we have for every one of our opponents."
Los Blancos, now under the management of former Blues boss Carlo Ancelotti, begin their attempt to wrestle domestic bragging rights back from fierce rivals Barcelona with a home clash against Real Betis on August 18.
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