Sergio Ramos’ contract decision will be delayed by PSG as he prepares for his first training session.


Sergio Ramos’ contract decision will be delayed by PSG as he prepares for his first training session.

Sergio Ramos has yet to make an appearance for PSG.

PSG will not terminate Sergio Ramos’ contract after the defender returns to training next week.

The Spanish defender joined the French giants in the summer after his Real Madrid contract expired.

Ramos, on the other hand, has yet to make his debut for the club after missing the previous three months due to a calf injury.

According to Le Parisien, PSG was considering terminating Ramos’ contract due to his ongoing injury problems.

However, news of his return to training could have slowed the club’s decision-making process as he tries to prove his fitness.

If PSG had decided to sever Ramos’ contract, they would have had to reach an agreement with the 35-year-old.

Ramos’ two-year contract with the club is expected to pay him €24 million (£20 million).

Despite the fact that Ramos is set to return to training, he will not make his long-awaited debut until the end of November.

The match between PSG and Nantes in Ligue 1 on November 20 has been suggested as a possible return date, but it is unclear whether Ramos will be fit in time.

The French champions will then face Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City in the Champions League four days later at the Etihad Stadium, where they will hope to have Ramos available.

Ramos was one of several well-known names to arrive at the Parc des Princes during the summer transfer window as the club sought to win its first Champions League title.

Following the expiration of their contracts with their respective clubs, Lionel Messi, Gianluigi Donnarumma, and Georginio Wijnaldum arrived in Paris on a free transfer.

PSG also beat Chelsea to the £60 million signing of Inter winger Achraf Hakimi.

Pochettino’s team stumbled in the Champions League on Wednesday, drawing 2-2 with RB Leipzig.

Leipzig took the lead thanks to Christopher Nkunku, but PSG took the lead at halftime thanks to two goals from Wijnaldum.

And it looked like PSG would win all three points in Germany until Dominik Szoboszlai equalized from the penalty spot in the third minute of injury time.

PSG will do so now.

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