The 34-year-old Real Madrid and Spanish national team captain arrived at the Santiago Bernabeu in 2005 after Los Blancos snapped him up from Sevilla for £18.5m.
Ramos built himself as one of the best defenders in modern day football in Madrid. Not only that, he has created a legacy for himself at Real Madrid already.
Alongside Casillas and Raul, the Spain captain has admitted that Fabio Cannavaro was the third player that he "learned from every day."
Ramos told Spanish newspaper Marca, "When I arrived at Real Madrid I had to learn from veterans, like Raul and Iker [who, despite their youth, were already veterans]. Cannavaro... another who I learned from every day. I will try to make the adaptation as good as possible."
Ramos has made 650 appearances for Los Blancos during his legendary 15 years at the club. Not only has he been the leader for his club and country at the back, he has also gone on and scored an unbelievable number of goals for a defender.