Paris Saint-Germain is drawn with Real Madrid in the Champions League last 16, which means Sergio Ramos will play against his former club after he joined the French giants. Ramos devoted his 16 years of football career playing for Los Blancos and now the Spaniard has admitted that he’s “going to die” for PSG when they face Real Madrid in the Champions League last-16.
When asked about his emotions upon drawing his former club in Europe, Sergio said according to Goal.com. “You know the affection and love I have for Real Madrid. Now it’s my turn to defend PSG and I’ll do everything possible to do it. It’s the team that bet on me. I’m going to die for PSG,” said Ramos.
He added, “I would have liked not to have that confrontation [with Real Madrid], but returning to the Santiago Bernabeu is cause for joy [because] I could not have a real farewell because of Covid restrictions.”
Since joining PSG Ramos has managed to play only once for the Paris side due to muscular injury. He also revealed that he experienced “many hours of darkness and loneliness” at the start of his time at Paris Saint-Germain as a calf injury prevented him from appearing in a match until November 28. He’s since been sidelined again with muscular problems with his status moving forwards uncertain.
“It has been hard, different from what I have experienced in my career,” he said. “Injuries have [rarely been like this]. To feel like a player again is the important thing. Many hours of darkness, loneliness, but it has helped me to overcome challenges. It has helped me to know who were really there and who were not. There will be Ramos for a while. The family is already well adapted. I smile again thinking about competing again.”
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