‘Sergio does NOT plan to break his contract’: Ramos will hold out at PSG despite injuries, says brother and agent … amid concerns the French giants will void his lucrative contract
- Sergio Ramos still does not play for PSG despite signing for the club four months ago
- The 35-year-old has suffered an injury since arriving from Real Madrid
- PSG handed Ramos a lucrative contract to persuade him to sign as a free agent
- His brother and agent insists that he will not cancel his contract with the club
Sergio Ramos has no intention of breaking his deal with Paris Saint-Germain and leaving the club before even making his debut, his brother and agent have insisted.
The 35-year-old veteran defender put his contract with PSG in writing about four months ago, but has since been plagued with injury problems.
Ramos has been working to get back in top form, although he has yet to put on the PSG jersey and make his debut for the French giants.
Sergio Ramos will not cancel his lucrative contract with PSG, says his brother and agent René
Ramos (left) will finally join Paris Saint-Germain training this week, the club said
This raised serious concerns, with reports increasing the pace that PSG was considering the possibility of canceling their lucrative deal and cutting their losses.
PSG bosses had refused to rule out the possibility of firing Ramos, but now his brother and agent René has spoken out on the situation.
He told the Spanish publication The world: ‘Sergio Ramos does not plan to retire or break his contract.
‘There is no doubt about Sergio. It’s a physical problem, he’ll play when he can. ‘
More recently, Ramos has been dealing with a calf problem and has barely been able to train in Paris.
Ramos (second from right) has not played for PSG since his free loan from Real Madrid
In the coming days, however, Ramos will finally enter full training with his new teammates, which the club officially confirmed on Friday.
The Ligue 1 giants confirmed in a medical report that Ramos will join his PSG teammates this week, meaning he is likely to make his debut for the French club at home to Nantes on 20 November.
However, PSG sporting director Leonardo has been angered by speculation about Ramos’ premature departure, in a move that is believed to cost around £ 20 million in severance pay if carried out.
Speaking to reporters recently at a press conference, he said: ‘We know that Ramos has had an injury.
‘The Spanish press is playing, we all knew he had a problem. We know what’s going on here. ‘
Ramos signed a two-year deal believed to be worth around £ 250,000 a week with PSG, meaning the Spaniard has raised £ 4 million without kicking a single ball for his new club.