These threats are reportedly linked with his challenge on Mohamed Salah in last Saturday’s Champions League final in Kiev.
Salah’s shoulder injury which he sustained in his tussle with Ramos now places any hope of seeing the Egyptian international at the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia in jeopardy although the country’s FA officials expect him to recover just in time for their second group game.
Ramos has been on the end of a significant social media backlash since the incident, with many believing that he injured Salah intentionally.
However, things took a different turn when fans of Salah found his number and began issuing death threats.
According to COPE Network, both Ramos and his family have been receiving threats, meaning they have all had to change their numbers.
The Real Madrid player has since lodged complaint with the local police.