Sport Sergio Ramos in the Parisian group to face Manchester City

16:15  23 november  2021
16:15  23 november  2021 Source:   sofoot.com

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  Sergio Ramos dans le groupe parisien pour affronter Manchester City © provided by Sofoot


It took 139 days to see Sergio Ramos be summoned in the Paris Saint-Germain group. And the 35-year-old colossus has chosen its moment, since the capital club moves to Manchester City this Wednesday for the shock of the Return phase of the Champions League groups. As a reminder, the former captain of Real Madrid did not play the slightest minute under his new colors since his arrival last July due to recurring problems with a calf.

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"For a world champion like Sergio Ramos, a player of his level, with his mentality, it is very difficult not to play as much as He would like it. But he is very very mentally. He works very hard and we think it progresses well ", had entrusted his coach Mauricio Pochettino last Friday before the reception of FC Nantes (3-1). Only Rafinha (anyway not registered for the competition) and Julian Draxler, wounded, therefore lack the call.

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