Ramos makes PSG squad for first time for clash with Manchester City

Sergio Ramos could FINALLY make his PSG debut against Manchester City on Wednesday night after the French giants included him in their travelling squad for the crunch Champions League clash

  • Sergio Ramos has been plagued with injuries in 2021 and is yet to play for PSG 
  • The Spaniard has made just five appearances for Spain and Real Madrid this year
  • Ramos has now been included in PSG’s squad for their Champions League clash
  • The defender could make his debut for the French side against Manchester City 

Sergio Ramos could be set to make his Paris Saint-Germain debut after he was included in the travelling squad to face Manchester City on Wednesday.

The Spaniard has not featured yet for the French giants since his arrival in the summer transfer window.

Ramos has played little football in 2021 having been plagued by injuries which has resulted in him making just five appearances for club, at Real Madrid, and country during the calendar year so far.

Sergio Ramos could make his first PSG appearance against Manchester City on Wednesday

The Spaniard has not played since Real Madrid’s semi-final defeat to Chelsea back in May

PSG though have now announced their squad who will travel to Manchester for their Champions League clash, revealing that Ramos will be part of the squad for the first time.

Ramos had been in contention to play in the 3-1 victory over Nantes on Saturday but wasn’t risked by Mauricio Pochettino.

Whether he’ll get any minutes against Pep Guardiola’s side is uncertain, but it’s promising news for PSG after speculation over whether the Spaniard would ever get to play for his new side.

Ramos has been getting back to fitness after being plagued by injuries in 2021

If he does feature, it will be his first time on the pitch since Real Madrid risked him in their semi-final second leg defeat on May 5 against eventual Champions League winners Chelsea.  

Manchester City sit a point clear of the French giants with two games left and the pair could both qualify for the knockout rounds on Wednesday.  

PSG were knocked out by the Premier League winners last season but won their first game at the Parc des Princes in September, thanks to goals by Idrissa Gueye and Lionel Messi’s first for the club.  

Ramos forged a legendary career at Real Madrid, making 671 appearances and scoring 101 goals.

He left the club at the end of his contract to join the French giants where he’ll face stiff competition to make the side alongside the likes of Marquinhos and Presnel Kimpembe.

PSG will be hoping to do the double over City after their 2-0 win at the Parc des Princes in September




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