Perez: Real Madrid's motto is not to give up

Strong statements from the President of Real Madrid.

Real Madrid president Florentino Pérez believes that journalists, as well as the Royal Club, must work hard to keep the Clásico in great value while noting that his club's motto is not to give up.

The legendary Real Madrid president gave a speech on various issues related to the club in recent times.

"Our fans know that our motto is never to give up, and it will remain so until the end," Perez said. We are working football as well as basketball to achieve all possible titles.

Real Madrid will take on Barcelona on Wednesday night in a postponed la Liga match, in what is known in the media as the "Clásico", in an unbeatable match of two for Spain's top players.

"Let's not forget that tomorrow the Clásico is held, we have to continue to work to attract fans from all over the world and continue to be the world's biggest football reference," Perez said.

Perez's remarks may have an important significance, especially since the talk of the decline of the classics these days after the departure of Cristiano Ronaldo to Juventus, but it seems that Perez wanted to resolve the controversy by emphasizing the value of the most popular game in the world.

It is worth mentioning that Real Madrid and Barcelona share the lead of La Liga with 35 points each, and Real Madrid is seeking revenge in this game after last year's defeat at the Camp Nou with a memorable five-a-side match that ended Julen Lopetegui's reign of coaching the capital team.