PSG have just announced that Sergio Ramos will continue to train on the sidelines for at least 10 more days.
To see Sergio Ramos put on the PSG tunic and play a match with it, we will still have to wait. And not just a little. Not yet physically developed while recovering from a calf injury, the Andalusian will continue his individual training for at least 10 days.
He will miss the Classico against OM
It was the Ile-de-France club which communicated the news this Thursday through a medical point: “Sergio Ramos will continue the individualized training under the control of the medical staff and performance for another 10 days with the aim of returning to collective training. “
In addition to the match against Angers, scheduled for Friday, the 2010 world champion must therefore give up the one-way duel against Leipzig in the Champions League (October 19), but also and above all the long-awaited Classico against OM ( October 24).
Not to miss
After the shock against the Olympians, PSG will play three other games before the international break in November: Lille (October 29), Leipzig (November 3) and Bordeaux (November 6). It is not at all certain that Ramos is operational for these grapples since in the best case he will only have a few collective sessions in the legs.
Pochettino doesn’t worry about Ramos
In an interview with El Partidazo Cope, Mauricio Pochettino, the Parisian coach, gave news of his Spanish defector: “Unfortunately, Ramos has not yet started training with the squad, but he is close,” assures the Argentine. I hope it will be as soon as possible. We are satisfied with his progress ”. Asked also about the player’s state of mind, he wanted to be reassuring: “He’s a great champion. Who can doubt his quality as a competitor and his talent as a footballer? The situation does not amuse him but he is strong. I hope he can come back to the national team. In his best version and in his best form, there is no doubt that he is one of the best center-backs in the world. “
As a reminder, the last match of the Spanish legend dates back to May 5, during the Champions League semi-final second leg against Chelsea.