Sergio Ramos Could See His PSG Career Come To An End Before He Has Made An Appearance



The 35-year-old is yet to play in front of the Parc Des Princes faithful, since his summer arrival on a free transfer.

But now he may never get the chance, with the PSG hierarchy considering terminating the Spaniard’s lucrative deal due to his ongoing injury issues.

The ex- Real Madrid icon has not played since May this year when he was part of a Real Madrid side beaten by Chelsea at Stamford Bridge in the Champions League.

As a result, Le Parisien now claim that the idea of cutting ties with Ramos is one that has entered the minds of those in power at PSG.

An early exit would mark a worrying new low for the World Cup winning defender, who is tied to the French giants until the summer of 2023 – unless PSG decide to end his stint early.

The aforementioned report states how “The option of contract termination is no longer science fiction, with PSG having accepted the fact that the could have made a mistake in his [Ramos’] signing.

“The trust that some placed in the defender at the time of his signing, or even after his calf injury a few weeks later, is no longer unshakable today.”

The report contradicts claims from those at the club who have spoken publicly about Ramos with a degree of optimism, most notably Leonardo on Friday night.

The sporting director was pressed on the central defender’s situation after PSG’s 2-1 comeback victory over reigning champions Lille on Friday night.

“We know Ramos has had an injury,” Leonardo explained.

“The Spanish press are playing games, we all knew he had a problem. We know what’s happening here.”

Ramos is one of the most decorated footballers around, having won 22 honours at the Santiago Bernabeu during his illustrious spell.

However, he is now very much in the twilight of his career, and was one of a number of star-studded names that were signed by PSG in the summer – decisions that are yet to prove successful.

Lionel Messi and Gini Wijnaldum were both recruited in the same window as Ramos, but both have relatively struggled to have an impact since arriving.

With that being said things on the pitch have fared as expected with the Paris giants boasting an eight-point lead at the top of the Ligue 1 table after 12 games.

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