Sergio Ramos’ tenure at Paris Saint-Germain hasn’t gone as planned. The capital club brought the 35-year-old to fill that veteran presence on the backline following the departure of Thiago Silva in 2020.
Injuries have played a role in Ramos not seeing much time on the pitch, which is disheartening considering the Spanish defender can still play at a high level. PSG manager Mauricio Pochettino spoke to El Larguero, discussing what’s going on with Ramos and his injury ahead of the first leg against Real Madrid.
“Sergio suffered from a few relapses when he looked like he could have a good period of competition. We will see if he arrives on Tuesday and, if not, we hope to have him for the return. He transmits his experience acquired at Real Madrid,” Pochettino said.
“He’s a guy, he’s a player, who lives it with enormous passion, who always works to the maximum. It would be good for him to be able to be competitive without relapse. I’m sure he’ll be back to his best.”
🏥 "Ramos ha sufrido algunas recaídas. Veremos si puede llegar, es un jugador que transmite la experiencia"
❤️"Vive el fútbol con tremenda pasión"
— El Larguero (@ellarguero) February 11, 2022