Sergio Ramos’ time with Paris Saint-Germain hasn’t gone as planned after signing a two-year deal this past summer. The 35-year-old has dealt with injuries to his calf and hasn’t played in a match since last month, and it seems as though the defender is beginning to be disgruntled.
According to La Cadena SER (via AS), Ramos and his entourage are not satisfied with the diagnoses of the PSG doctors, considering the defender did not have munch concern since there was talk of a low-grade calf injury and nothing more.
“I don’t know what has happened to Ramos. His injury has been going on for a year and there is no explanation. He is an elite footballer and it is incredible that he has had this physical deterioration,” Jesús Gallego, a La Cadena SER journalist stated.
“There is a bit of bad drool and there is a lack of respect to the figure of Sergio Ramos in Paris. They tell me that it has nothing to do with the knee. Both Ramos and his entourage are not satisfied with the diagnoses of PSG doctors.”
When Ramos arrived from Real Madrid to the French capital, the veteran defender was supposed to fill the role left behind when Thiago Silva departed in 2020. The elder statesman on the backline to go alongside Marquinhos and Presnel Kimpembe.
However, the move hasn’t worked out, and seeing Silva show he has plenty of game left in his career at Chelsea and winning the UEFA Champions League last season is more salt to the wound.