Sergio Ramos decided to join PSG in July following four Champions League titles with Real Madrid, a World Cup triumph in 2010 and two European Championships with Spain.
Sergio Ramos of Paris Saint-Germain has had a challenging time in France after entering the capital club the previous year. Following a spate of recurrent injuries, the veteran Spanish captain has not been able to bring much to PSG thus far. Ramos has only featured six times in Ligue 1 although he has yet to feature in the Champions League. Ramos can deem himself available for the third time in this season after starring versus Lorient and Clermont Foot.
Ramos, who is experienced at grappling with setbacks, reckons he has numerous years left at the highest possible level. Sergio Ramos, the veteran Spanish defender for Paris Saint-Germain, claimed in an interview with Prime Video that he would like to perform four or five additional years of solid football before retiring.
Ramos said, “I’d like to play between four and five years at the top before moving on to a new experience,” Ramos told the Ligue 1 broadcaster. He further said, “I’ve signed for two years here at Paris Saint-Germain and we are going to try and make that three years, one more, and then we’ll see.”
Ramos has been plagued with calf ailments throughout his tenure in Ligue 1, wasting the initial five months of the season. Notwithstanding injury concerns that blighted his debut season at Paris Saint-Germain, Sergio Ramos insists he does have a further four or five years at the finest level of football available to him.
The 36-year-old moved PSG on a free transfer from Real Madrid the previous summer, however, circumstances haven’t gone per to plan since then. Owing to his little service in compensation for a massive salary, the former Real Madrid legend has outraged many PSG fan base this season. In the next months, Ramos seeks to reclaim the situation.