Sergio Ramos will FINALLY start PSG training next week amid reports club considering terminating contract
SERGIO RAMOS will FINALLY start training for Paris Saint-Germain next week following a long-term calf injury.
The Spaniard joined the Parisians in the summer, ending his 16-year stay at Real Madrid.
But before Ramos could make a competitive appearance for his new club he picked up a calf injury leading to doubts over his future at the club.
The latest news comes as a boost for both the 35-year-old and the club.
Despite his return to training, fans won’t catch a glimpse of their summer signing in action until late November.
The centre-back has not played a competitive game in six months, so the home game against Nantes on November 20 is being targeted.
If Ramos gets through the Nantes game without a scratch, he could be in line to face Champions League group rivals Manchester City four days later.
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Fellow summer signing Lionel Messi is also struggling with injuries since moving to France.
The Argentine has had a stop-start to life at PSG.
Messi is yet to score in the league and picked up a hamstring injury in the win over defending Ligue 1 champions Lille.
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