Sergio Ramos continues to feel the effects of time. The Sevilla center-back has suffered his second injury of the season in October, which has become a recurring problem in recent years.
Sevilla recently announced that Ramos would not be able to play against CD Quintanar due to a muscle injury in the soleus of his right leg. However, no official medical statement has been released.
This is the second time Ramos has been sidelined at Sevilla due to injury, as he also missed the match against Osasuna in the sixth fixture due to a hamstring problem.
Sevilla has not provided a timeline for Ramos’ return, but it is unlikely that he will be able to participate in this weekend’s game against Celta Vigo.
Injuries have plagued Ramos in recent years, despite his previous reputation for playing as much as possible for Real Madrid. His time at Madrid ended with a disappointing finish to the 2020/21 season due to a hamstring and calf injury.
His first year at Paris Saint-Germain was equally challenging. In France, his injuries were labeled as “old soleus syndrome,” the same area that has been affected this time. He only managed to play 13 games in the previous campaign.
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