Fans will have to wait a little more before Sergio Ramos sees his big debut in his new PSG colors. Although all eyes of the Parisian club fans were distracted by Messi’s arrival on Tuesday, several sources announced that the Spanish defender’s injury could be slightly more serious than expected. This Saturday (9pm) he did not come for the first match of the season at the Parc des Princes against Strasbourg. However this Tuesday evening the club made an update explaining that its calf problem was “solved”. “He has been recovering individually for two weeks and will begin full joint training early next week,” the club’s medical point added.
During the day, Infosport + announced that, for its part, the 35-year-old player, one of the primary recruits for PSG’s summer transfer window, may be absent for several weeks and even up to two months.
During the Parisian club’s first warm-up matches, Ramos was injured during training at the end of July. He missed the Champions Trophy in Tel Aviv (Israel) on August 1 due to an injury to the base of his left calf, losing 0-1 to Lilly, or could not play in PSG’s first match in the league. Last Saturday (2-1 win). The Paris club had already announced last weekend that the former Real Madrid captain was optimistic about announcing the start of a “gradual recovery phase on the pitch”.
In addition, versatile defender Timothy Pembelli, who is celebrating his 19th birthday in one month, has been offered a loan with the option to buy at Bordeaux for one season, the Gironde Club announced. The amount of the call option is not disclosed but PSG can withdraw their player for compensation within a year.
Able to play at all defensive levels, this Parisian League 1 from the Democratic Republic of Congo has six appearances, ending November 2020 … for the first time against Bordeaux. He scored a goal against his own camp. In late July, he competed in the Olympics with France, playing his last group match against Japan (4-0).
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