Spain’s Sergio Ramos to miss PSG debut following calf injury

Recently joined Paris Saint-Germain player from Spain Sergio Ramos will not be competent to make his debut at the Ligue 1 club due to his suffering from a calf injury.


Former Real Madrid captain who recently signed for French club Paris Saint-Germain will not be able to make his debut for the club’s curtain-raiser in the coming season following his suffering to a calf injury, as stated by the Ligue 1 club on Tuesday.

The French Cup winners PSG will be in action to a clash with Ligue 1 champion Lille for the Champions Trophy in Tel Aviv on Sunday. The 35-year-old Spaniard was supposed to start his journey at the club after moving on a free transfer from La Liga giant club where he spent 16 years of his career but the injury won’t be allowing the player to do so and he will miss the match.

Sergio Ramos has won four champions league titles with the Whites. He signed for PSG on a two-year deal before the start of the season 2021-22.

The Los Blancos are also rumoured in move for their player Raphael Varane who is linked with Manchester United. They have been eying Kylian Mbappe of France who is currently in PSG and to make this plan successful, the departure of Ramos helped the club relieve €15m in salary on a free transfer with Varane with a whispered transfer of €41 million approximately. This might get the club’s financial condition in a state where they will be able to go for their long term target Mbappe, according to MARCA.