Sergio Ramos – What Happened To Sergio Ramos? Star Defender Ruled Out Of Ex-club Real Madrid Tie
Last season, Sergio Ramos gave an emotional farewell to his former club Real Madrid after spending the past 16 years and winning several trophies.
Sergio Ramos : Paris Saint-Germain and Real Madrid could have a very interesting match with just one goal separating the two teams ahead of the UEFA Champions League second leg. PSG beat Real Madrid in Paris courtesy of a goal from Kylian Mbappe and will be looking to seal the tie when they visit the Santiago Bernabeu. PSG vs Real Madrid could also see the return of Sergio Ramos to his old club, although the Spaniard will not be traveling to the Spanish capital.
UEFA Champions League: Sergio Ramos to miss PSG vs Real Madrid match
PSG mentioned on their official website that defender Sergio Ramos will be “training on his own” at the end of the week. According to a report in PSGTalk.com, PSG manager Mauricio Pochettino, speaking to Spanish-based press agency EFE, said that Sergio Ramos will travel at least for the second leg of the football match.
He said, “Sergio asked to travel. He wanted to do it. He is a player who has spent almost his entire career at Real Madrid, who has won a lot there. Like any unavailable player, the important thing is It is that all be together, be united for such a decisive moment.”
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Sergio Ramos’ Real Madrid career
Last season, Sergio Ramos said goodbye to Real Madrid after spending the last 16 years at the club. Sergio Ramos was in tears as he spoke to the press in his farewell speech after Real Madrid announced his departure. The Los Blancos captain’s contract expires in the summer and both sides worked tirelessly on an extension, but no deal was reached.
Ramos joined Real Madrid as a 19-year-old for €27 million, a record for a Spanish defender. Starting his career as a right-back, Ramos later became an elite centre-back, forming elite partnerships with Pepe and Rafael Varane during his career.
He won 22 honors at Real Madrid, including four Champions League titles, five LaLiga victories and two Copa del Rey honours. Overall, the Spaniard played 671 games for Los Blancos, making him the fourth-highest appearance maker in the club’s history. He has scored 101 goals in his Real Madrid career, making him one of the highest scoring defenders in football.
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