Sergio Ramos’ debut with Paris Saint-Germain could have to wait as the former Real Madrid captain will be sidelined with an injury. According to Canal Plus (via Culture PSG), the 35-year-old will be out one to two months due to injury.
The French media outlet didn’t provide many details as to the injury or the severity. Last season, Ramos’ battled a calf injury that saw him miss significant time for the Spanish club and was one of the criticisms of signing the older player.
Ramos had resumed training with an individualized program, but a problem in the left calf had forced him to decrease the workload. Not long ago, Ramos was on the training grounds but away from the squad.
An absence of one month would see Ramos return to competition on September 12 for matchday five against Clermont Foot 63, after the international break during which he could thus refine its preparation.
If the Spain international misses two months of action, he’ll return after the international break in October should be considered; for example, when PSG faces Angers SCO on October 17.