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Sergio Ramos may be forced to retire due to injury hell continue

Sergio Ramos could be forced to retire due to a persistent calf complaint. PSG will face Real Madrid in the last 16 of the Champions League on 15 February at the Parc des Princes. Injured Sergio Ramos is more likely to miss this match.

Earlier, European media reported that Ramos had little chance of recovering from a leg injury. The former Real Madrid defender has received a new injury in the ‘Solas Muscle’ with an old injury to his right leg muscle.

After a 16-year career at Real, Ramos joined PSG before the start of the season and has played only five matches in all competitions so far. He has been suffering from injuries throughout the season. The 35-year-old star was on the field for 90 minutes in just 2 matches.

Sergio Ramos may be forced to retire due to injury hell continue
It is difficult for Ramos to fully recover from a muscle injury!

Ramos, who has been suffering from a leg injury for more than a year, is reportedly worried by French media outlet La Parisian – the old injury could force him to retire. Ramos was on the field for only 274 minutes for PSG this season.

According to the media, Ramos, who is going to set foot at 38 next month, suffered the same injury last season. Due to this, Real did not get him against Chelsea in the Champions League semi-final.

Spain coach Luis Enrique was also forced to leave Ramos to form a Euro team. The difference is that last season he suffered a muscle injury in his left leg, now he is suffering the same injury in his right leg. In other words, the muscles in both legs of Ramos have been damaged quite well.

Sergio Ramos may be forced to retire due to injury hell continue
Ramos was on the field for only 274 minutes for PSG this season

Former French national team doctor Jean-Marcel Ferret Ramos has called the injury “Old Cuff Syndrome.”

Returning to the media, he said that these injuries are bad. It is difficult to say when and how it will happen. The condition of the leg muscle fibers is a matter of observation. Because he has suffered a lot of muscle injuries on the way to 19 seasons in the highest level of football, it remains to be seen how weak they have become.”

According to Feret, the muscle fibers in Ramos’ legs are losing their ability to contract and expand well. The chances of him getting injured have increased a little. In addition to taking care of the injury found in one leg muscle, Ramos unknowingly weakened the contraction-extension capacity of the other leg muscle, Feret thinks.

Ramos, who spent a golden time at Real Madrid, has traveled to Madrid several times with his current injury. Ferat thinks that he has suffered a loss in that. The headline of La Parisian’s report is therefore “Injury after injury … the end of Ramos?”

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