Paris Saint-Germain passes on information regarding Sergio Ramos’ return, who has been out of action since joining the club.
Paris Saint-Germain has given an update on Sergio Ramos’ return to the squad and his debut for the club. The former Real Madrid defender has been eagerly waiting to get a green signal to join full training and compete in matches.
Some reports suggested that the 35-year-old is on the waiting list for Friday’s home game against Angers. However, Ramos will have to hold on for some time to make his first appearance for PSG as he has been taken out of that fixture.
As it stands, PSG will not fall into any dangerous situation and keep the Spaniard on the sidelines. Sergio Ramos has been dealing with a troublesome calf injury ever since he joined the French outfit over the summer.
PSG’s official website read: “Sergio Ramos will continue individualised training under the control of medical staff and performance for another 10 days with the aim of returning to collective training.”
The World Cup-winning defender has been out of action for 12 PSG matches so far. In fact, Mauricio Pochettino is keen to bring vast experience to the team with the help of Ramos.
With 10 more days in rehabilitation and personalized training, Sergio will miss the Champions League clash against RB Leipzig on October 20. Additionally, he will also skip the Ligue 1 trip to Marseille on October 24.
Potentially, Ramos might make his debut on October 29 when PSG will host Lille at Parc des Princes.