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PSG considering terminating Ramos' contract

PSG reportedly considering terminating Sergio Ramos' contract

November 1, 2021 By Ali M.
The Spaniard only joined the Ligue 1 giants back in July and is yet to make his debut, but his days at the Parc des Princes could already be numbered.

Despite sealing an exciting move to PSG over the summer, Sergio Ramos might never get the opportunity to don their lovely Jordan kit as the Ligue 1 giants are reportedly considering terminating his contract.

According to reports from Le Parisien and L'Equipe (as per Get French Football News), the Parc des Princes are growing fed up with the iconic center-back's ongoing injury issues. Despite signing him for free from Real Madrid after running out his Santiago Bernabeu contract, the Spaniard is said to be earning high wages in Paris, hence the boiling frustration.

Ramos' exact salary remains unknown, but the lowest estimations put him at £13M per which, which translates to approximately $17.8M annually. This means that while the legendary defender has no even made his debut for the club, he has – at the very least – already cost the French top-flight leaders £4M ($5.5M).

The 35-year-old has been condemned to the treatment table for quite some time now due to several knee and calf issues. In fact, he arrived in Paris injured, having played only four competitive matches this entire year, with his last outing coming back on May 5th during Real Madrid's UEFA Champions League semifinal defeat at the hands of Chelsea.

Sporting director Leonardo recently stated that the club "knew everything" regarding the Spaniard prior to sanctioning his deal, but word on the street is that the club fear they made a grave mistake in signing him. The tearing up of his contract is being touted as a possibility should he remain sidelined, but cancelling a multimillion dollar deal is easier said than done.

An agreement would have to be reached with the player before terminating his two-year deal. Nonetheless, PSG continue to publicly maintain hope in his recovery as they recently stated that he could return to training anytime now, meaning all hope is not yet lost.

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