Paris Saint-Germain star Sergio Ramos is out for up to two months with a thigh injury, according to reports.
It’s believed football fans will have to wait to see the Real Madrid legend play alongside his former Barcelona rival Lionel Messi.
According to Spanish outlet Marca, Ramos, 35, will be ready to play competitive football in just two weeks.
But reports in France suggest the player’s injury is worse than feared and he could miss the first two months of the new season.
Ramos signed a two-year deal at PSG last month after 16 trophy-laden years in the Spanish capital.
The defender is believed to have suffered the thigh complaint at the end of July and missed PSG’s Ligue 1 opener against Troyes on Saturday.
New PSG signing Sergio Ramos is reportedly nursing a thigh injury
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The Champions League hopefuls secured a 2-1 victory on the road thanks to goals from new signing Achraf Hakimi and striker Mauro Icardi.
And PSG have already confirmed Ramos will not be fit in time for the team’s next game against Strasbourg at the Parc des Princes on Saturday.
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