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Ramos hands Real Madrid injury blow

Ramos OUT of key games for Real Madrid after picking injury during International Break

April 1, 2021 By Oscar Rojas
The Spanish defender did not feature prominently for Spain during the past week, but his limited time on the pitch was enough to get him injured.

Just when Real Madrid will put their season on the line in one week, their captain and moral leader will not be around to help.

Earlier today, reports came in from Spain assuring that Sergio Ramos picked up an injury while on international duty with Spain. The footballer played only 50 minutes in three games, as he only played one half against Greece and five minutes -yes, five minutes- against Kosovo, which has made fans wonder if it was that necessary for him to travel with La Roja for those games.

As soon as the news broke out, Ramos issued a statement where he revealed how and when he picked up the injury.

"Yesterday, after the game, I stayed on the pitch doing post-match exercises, and during those moves I felt a slight prick on my left leg. I had a battery of tests performed today and a muscular injury was confirmed," Ramos stated.

The footballer will be out for at least one month, which means he will not be around to play against Liverpool in the UEFA Champions League and against Barcelona, with all three games being played next week.

"If there is something I regret is not being able to help the team in these maximum risk games in which will put our season on the line. Also, I will not be able to give back to you all the love and energy you give to me. All I can do now is speak frankly, work hard to get back and cheer for my team with all my heart," Ramos added.

Ramos' injury could not have come at a worse time for Real Madrid and for himself. The club might be without their leader for as much as seven games, and the player's contract talks may have suffered a definitive blow. With Ramos out of the season's key games, it seems hard to believe that Florentino Pérez will splash the cash to keep around an aging player who picked up six injuries during the course of this campaign.

 

 

 

 

 


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