Paris Saint-Germain are reportedly considering rescinding Sergio Ramos’ contract and let him walk away from the club for free as his injury nightmare continues to haunt the club.
The Spanish defender moved to PSG on a free transfer in the summer from Real Madrid but is yet to make his debut due to a calf problem that he suffered three months ago.
Ramos’ last appearance came in Real Madrid colours during their Champions League semi-final second leg defeat at Chelsea on May 5.
French magazine, Le Parisien has claimed PSG would be willing to let him walk away from the club if his fitness problems continue as the club feel they made a mistake signing the 35-year-old.
However, the club would need to reach an agreement with Ramos first before they can tear up his contract, the outlet reports.
‘The trust that some placed in the defender at the time of his signing, or even after his calf injury a few weeks later, is no longer unshakable today,’ reads the report in Le Parisien.
PSG were aggressive in the last transfer market, bringing in Ramos, Lionel Messi and Georginio Wijnaldum on free transfers as well as splashing out on the likes of Gianluigi Donnarumma and Achraf Hakimi. ‘
PSG released a statement last week announcing that Ramos would be ‘considered’ for a return to training imminently.
It read: ‘The evolution of Sergio Ramos’ recovery program, coordinated by the medical staff, is progressing very well.
‘Continuous resumption with the group may be considered in the course of next week.’