Spanish defender Sergio Ramos, who has been out for almost four months due to physical problems and has not yet made his debut for Paris Saint-Germain (PSG), returned to work with his teammates, local media reported.
The 36-year-old world champion signed by PSG in July after not renewing with Real Madrid, integrated group training with PSG players who have not been called up for the national team commitments this week and the next.
The aim is for the center-back to be under the command of PSG coach, Argentine Mauricio Pochettino, at the end of November, when he could finally make his debut with the Parisians.
The former Real Madrid captain first suffered an injury to the soleus of his left thigh last July and in September he had discomfort in a calf.
Ramos has lived a 2021 plagued with physical problems, as his last official match was held on May 5 at the service of Real Madrid in the Champions League semifinals against Chelsea. EFE (HN)