Sergio Ramos must wait to make PSG debut after defender was left out of squad for Augsburg clash


Sergio Ramos must wait to make PSG debut after defender was left out of squad for pre-season friendly against Augsburg… and the Spain international could now make bow against former club Sevilla

  • French giants face German side Augsburg in Orleans on Wednesday night 
  • But Ramos has not travelled with the squad for the pre-season friendly
  • PSG do not want to rush him into action after a series of injuries this year

Sergio Ramos will have to wait to make his debut with PSG as the Ligue 1 club to rebuild the Spaniard’s fitness. 

The French giants face German side Augsburg in a pre-season friendly in Orleans on Wednesday night but the former Sevilla and Real Madrid defender has not travelled with the squad, according to Marca.

The 35-year-old centre-back has been training with his team-mates but PSG do not want to rush Ramos into action as injuries have restricted him to just seven appearances so far in 2021. 

Sergio Ramos has not travelled with the PSG squad for Wednesday’s friendly against Augsburg

The Spanish international could make his debut against Genoa on Saturday or former club Sevilla three days later.

PSG want Ramos to be fit for Le Trophee des Champions match against Lille on August 1 in Tel Aviv.

Ramos left Real Madrid after failing to agree fresh terms.

The Spanish international defender could make his debut against former club Sevilla 

The Spanish club were unwilling to meet his request for a two-year deal, as they were only open to a one-year extension.

This has long since been club policy, and Madrid also reportedly wanted Ramos to agree to a wage cut to his lucrative £10m per season earnings. 

But PSG were open to his desired contract, and Ramos will bank €12m (£10.3m) a season, with bonuses taking his overall salary up to €15m (£13m).