According to rumours in the French press, Sergio Ramos’ career at Paris Saint-Germain could be over before he has even made an appearance.
The 35-year-old has been out with a calf injury since May, and his last match for Real Madrid was in the Champions League against Chelsea earlier this year. His PSG career may now be over before he has even played a single game for the French champions.
However, he may never have the chance, since PSG is considering terminating the Spaniard’s lucrative contract due to his ongoing physical problems. According to Le Parisian (via the Mirror), PSG is considering terminating the Spaniard’s contract at Parc des Princes.
PSG, on the other hand, has always expressed optimism about Ramos’ return. PSG’s sporting director Leonardo said after the club’s 2-1 victory over Lille last week, “Ramos has been injured, as we all know. We all knew he had a problem, but the Spanish press was playing games with us. We’re aware of the situation “, indicating that the club is still keen in keeping the player’s services and is willing to wait.
After signing a two-year deal in the summer, the 35-year-contract old’s with the French club is slated to expire in 2023. Sergio Ramos is a Sevilla academy product who rose through the youth ranks before making his senior debut in 2004. Real Madrid paid €27 million to sign him in the summer of 2005, after his performances drew their attention.
He played for the Santiago Bernabeu for 16 years and earned a reputation as one of the finest defenders of all time. The center-back won 22 major awards during his career with Los Blancos, including five La Liga titles and four Champions League triumphs. Between 2005 and 2021, he made 671 appearances for Real in all competitions, scoring 101 goals and assisting on 40 occasions (stats from Transfermarkt).
An early exit would be a scary new low for the World Cup winner, who is contracted to PSG until the summer of 2023 — unless the club decides to terminate his contract earlier.
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