Sergio Ramos is not leaving Paris Saint-Germain and will represent the French giants “as soon as he can”, according to the centre-back’s brother and agent Rene Ramos.
The Spaniard moved to PSG on a free transfer over the summer after leaving Real Madrid but is yet to make his debut for the club due to a long-term calf problem.
There have been suggestions that the 35-year-old could have his contract rescinded by Mauricio Pochettino‘s side due to his ongoing injury issues.
However, Rene Ramos has insisted that the experienced defender is not leaving PSG, and he could return to first-team training with the club next week.
“Sergio will play for PSG as soon as he can… He’s not going to retire or break his contract. There is no doubt about Sergio’s future,” Rene Ramos told Mundo Deportivo.
The former Real Madrid captain was strongly linked with a move to the Premier League over the summer before joining Les Parisiens on a deal until June 2023.