The two centers will come face to face tomorrow when Croatia hosts Spain in the UEFA Nations League.
And before the international conflicts, Lovren, the World Cup final, decided that Ramos was going away making mistakes because he played with the best in the world and their goals are right for her expensive errors.
He told Copa90: "When he makes a mistake, he or she gets 5-1 or 5-2 and no one cares for him."
However, Skipper Real says he is not interested in the comments of Lovren, claiming he was trying to put his name on the next heading.
"When it makes a mistake, it's got 5-1 or 5-2 and no-one cares"
They leave Lovren
Ramos said at a news conference: "I have said that a few times. I do not know if these things are said out of frustration or for other reasons.
"I do not want to answer Lovren or whoever wants to win three pages in front or start the news bulletin. Everyone wins things over himself on the field.
"I never say [whistles] unfairly. If the Bernabeu is targeting you a bit, it's because they think you can give a lot more.
"I've seen great injected legends. If we spray at the age of 14, I have to always be grateful.
"When things go well, I'm not being taken away and my critics will not pull me down.
"The weight is for those who have been there the longest. I do not take it personally."
Ramos has been on loggerheads with Liverpool fans ever since the Champions League final last season when he seems to hurt Mohamed Salah.
Salah was forced off the field after half an hour following a powerful challenge by Ramos, an injury that also broke the Egyptian World Cup campaign.
But the captain of Croatia and the co-team of Real Madrid, Luka Modric, have played Ramos's criticism, describing it as "irrelevant".
"Ramos is a great player and a great captain," said Modric.
"In my opinion, all the criticisms that he has received are irrelevant. In a football everyone has a very short memory.
"He has a character and I'm sure criticism is not important to him."