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Ramos moves closer to his long-awaited PSG debut

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Former Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos is moving closer to making his long-awaited appearance for his new club PSG.

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Sergio Ramos has been deemed fit to finally make his long-awaited debut for Paris Saint-Germain, according to head coach Mauricio Pochettino.

The veteran Spanish defender left Real Madrid in the summer and joined the star-studded ranks of the Ligue 1 club.

However, injuries have given a hard time to the 35-year-old who is yet to bag his first appearance for the Parisians.

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But now, the Argentine boss believes that Ramos is pretty close to making his debut for PSG.

On Friday, Pochettino said: “A World Cup winner like Sergio Ramos, with his competitive level and mentality, is going to find it difficult to accept not playing as much as he would like. But he is very strong.”

“He is working extremely hard, and we think he is making good progress. We have to be patient, and he has been. That refers to his maturity, so we think he can be back in the squad soon.”

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“He has been in full training three times this week. He is coping well with the workload and this is an important step to getting closer to competing.”