Florentino Perez as President of Real Madrid admits that he deeply regrets the fact that Karim Benzema has been removed from the French National Team squad in the last six years. He failed to understand the FFF’s decision to cut out a talented striker like Benzema.
It is undeniable that Karim Benzema’s talents and talents. Some even think that the former Lyon player is one of the world’s best no.9 strikers in recent years.
There is no doubt about his contribution at club level to Real Madrid, where he has led Los Blancos to several prestigious titles in the last decade.
Unfortunately, his contribution to the international stage was stopped since 2015, since then Benzema has never been called up to defend the French National Team Squad.
According to information circulating, all because of the sex video case involving the name Benzema several years ago. However, based on the facts revealed, Benzema was found not guilty in this case.
No wonder there are rumors that Benzema’s removal from the French national team squad is simply due to personal problems between the player and Les Bleus coach, Didier Deschamps.
No one is sure what the real reason is, but the president of Real Madrid thinks that France has ignored one of the world’s best strikers whom they should be able to rely on.
“This is a huge mess. Wasting one of the best players in the world is a situation that nobody can understand.” Perez told Europe 1 via Goal.
The Real Madrid president is completely clueless about the reasons behind Benzema’s removal. When it comes to attitude, Perez admits there is absolutely no problem with Benzema’s attitude, in fact he is one of the most respected players in the Real Madrid dressing room.
“I want to underline his behavior, which clearly serves as an example. He is highly valued by his teammates,”
“Benzema represents values such as professionalism, commitment, humility. I want to emphasize that Benzema has never even been sent off.” added Perez.
But what is clear, without Benzema, France can still be the champion in the 2018 World Cup.