Ramos could face contract termination at PSG – French media

Date published: Monday 1st November 2021 5:20 - Jason Soutar

Sergio Ramos being presented as a PSG player

Sergio Ramos could have his contract terminated at Paris Saint-Germain, according to reports in France.

The Spanish defender joined the Parisiens in the summer following the expiry of his Real Madrid contract.

Ramos spent 16 years at Madrid, winning four Champions League’s, five La Liga titles and four Club World Cups.

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The defender made 671 appearances for Los Blancos, scoring an impressive 101 goals.

Injuries limited Ramos to only 21 appearances in all competitions last season.

Also, Spain boss Luis Enrique did not include the 35-year-old in his Euro 2020 squad due to worries over his fitness.

His injury problems are persisting as he still has not played for PSG since arriving from Madrid.

Due to this, the Ligue 1 giants could buy Ramos out of his contract, according to Le Parisien (via FourFourTwo).

“Although the option is not on the agenda, the possibility of a termination is not science fiction. Paris has assumed that it has been able to make a mistake in its signing,” claim the French outlet.

Meanwhile, Lionel Messi has said he wants to return to Barcelona once his time at PSG is over.

“What is almost confirmed, and for sure, is that we are going to live in Barcelona again and that our life will be there. It’s what my wife wants and what I want,” the Argentinian told Sport.

“I do not know if when my contract with Paris ends but to live we will return to Barcelona.

“I always said that I would love to be able to help the club in what could be useful and can add and help the club to be well.

“I would love to be a technical secretary at some point. I don’t know if it will be at Barcelona or not. Or if it will be otherwise.

“If there is a possibility, I would like to contribute again in what I can because it is the club that I love and I would love for it to continue to be good, to continue growing and to continue being one of the best in the world.”

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