Both supporters and the French media were stunned by the star’s long absence. Now PSG may lose patience.
After four months as a player at Paris Saint-Germain, Sergio Ramos (35) is yet to come close to playing football for the club.
The Spaniard’s situation must be very bad Parisian PSG is believed to be considering canceling the agreement they made with the injured midfielder’s file.
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If that happens, PSG will have to reach an agreement with Ramos on an early final deal.
The former Real Madrid star and Spain captain signed for two seasons with Paris Saint-Germain after his contract in Madrid expired last season.
On the external front, the PSG administration has shown nothing but optimism that Ramos will get off to a good start at the Parc des Princes.
The club confirmed that they hope to be able to return to the field soon.
After a 2-1 win over defending champion Lille in the previous round of Ligue 1, sporting director Leonardo reiterated that one “knows that Ramos has an injury”.
On the other hand, the French media and PSG supporters are impatient.
An example is Le Parisien’s notification of a possible termination of the contract.
In addition, L’Equipe made a humorous and somewhat fictional “documentary” about the Spaniard’s meaningless period as a player at PSG thus far.
“I rute” in August
As early as the end of August, Ramos announced in a brief update on Instagram that he was “on schedule”, accompanied by a photo from the training ground.
The most recent injury reported to Ramos was to his calf muscle.
The veteran is said to have experienced similar problems in both 2018 and 2019. This time around, it is clear that recovery is taking longer than usual.
L’Equipe also wrote that PSG believed Ramos fell back too early in Real Madrid’s matches after knee surgery at the start of 2021.
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After more than 15 years at the Santiago Bernabeu, Ramos parted ways with Real Madrid this summer when he was not offered an extension of more than a year.
The 35-year-old played his last game on May 5, when Los Blancos lost 0-2 in the second leg against Chelsea in the Champions League semi-finals.
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