Former Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos will make his debut for the new club Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) in September after he will fully recover from a calf injury, according to the latest football news by Ligue 1 giants on Friday. The Spanish defender is likely to enter the field “after the international break”, possibly for a home game against Clermont on September 11.
The 35-year-old Ramos signed a two-year contract on free football transfer with PSG earlier this month after ending 16 years stint with Real Madrid but will make his debut next month. He has won the Champions League four times with his former club. He is also a World Cup winner and a two-time European champion with Spain. However, he did not play another minute in the PSG jersey due to a calf injury, which PSG said was “in the phase of gradual resumption of training”.
Senegalese international midfielder Idrisa Guaye, who suffered Covid-19 in late July, will also miss PSG’s Ligue 1 opening match against Strasbourg on Saturday. Spanish defender Juan Bernat resumed team training after a serious knee injury that kept him out of action since September.
It is uncertain whether Neymar, Marquinhos, Angel Di Maria, and Marco Verratti will play if they are present – they recently returned to training after Euro 2020 and Copa America last Friday. Lionel Messi will be introduced to the crowd, but will not appear on the field until the end of August.
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