Paris Saint-Germain is close to seeing their squad at full strength. All but one of their summer signings has seen the pitch this season, and the capital club is waiting on former Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos to make his debut.
At Mauricio Pochettino’s press conference with the media, the Argentine tactician provided an update on the 35-year-old defender, who’s dealing with a calf injury, and whether a return to the pitch is near.
“No, not yet. [Ramos] works; there is a daily evolution. We will see when it is the moment. He continues to work,” Pochettino said.
“Injured players do not necessarily have the same hours as other players. He does not share collective training. But I have no doubts about its integration. He was captain of Real Madrid; he has everything to succeed.”
PSG is in no hurry to rush, considering they have Presnel Kimpembe and Marquinhos, but once Ramos is fit, it will be interesting to see how Pochettino rolls out his center-backs.