According to Paris Saint-medical Germain’s report from this week, defender Sergio Ramos will return to full training next week after recovering from a calf injury. The Spanish defender is yet to play for Les Parisiens after suffering an injury after joining on a free transfer from Real Madrid. Although the club’s faith in his physical condition had decreased since the early optimism on his arrival, reports from outlets such as L’Équipe and Le Parisien indicated some weeks before that the defender was still expected to return from his injury and feature in the games before the end of this year.
Despite the fact that Ramos’ return to fitness has been repeatedly put back in the weekly medical round-up, director Leonardo stated that the club “knew everything” about the World Cup winner’s fitness. Meanwhile, Lionel Messi is recovering from knee and hamstring injuries that will keep him out of tomorrow’s encounter against Bordeaux. Marco Verratti, Leandro Paredes, Rafinha, and Presnel Kimpembe are also scheduled to travel to the country’s southwest.
PSG will return to its full strength and fans will finally be able to see Lionel Messi and Sergio Ramos together in the field for the same team and the struggles that PSG has been facing even with a talented might have change after the leadership quality and defensive presence of Sergio Ramos.