Former Real Madrid captain left the Bernabeu this summer and was signed by French giants PSG as a free agent. Ramos and Perez disagreed on the terms of his new Real Madrid contract which eventually resulted in his departure.
Despite joining PSG in the summer transfer window, Ramos is yet to make his debut for PSG due to an injury. The earliest he can make his first appearance for PSG is on 22nd September against Metz.
Former PSG player and current RMC Sport commentator Jerome Rothen think it was a bad idea for PSG to sign the former Real Madrid defender.
Rothen said, via Marca: “Sustaining a calf muscle injury towards the end of your career is really bad news because it’s an injury that you seldom make a full recovery from.”
“Once the player increases his rhythm, whether during a game or in training with PSG, he might not be able to continue.”
“And when a player reaches a certain age, he needs to play a number of games to get back into form.”
“Will he be able to get back to top level if he has constant pains in his calf? I have serious doubts about that.”
Rothen further continued: “When he arrived, everyone said that Sergio Ramos was going to change the mentality inside the dressing room.”
“But today, Marquinhos and Kimpembe are way above Ramos in terms of influence.”
“His motivational skills aren’t enough right now at PSG. He needs to be bringing more to the team on the pitch.”
“If he’s unable to do that, there is no point in having him. That’s why I get the feeling that signing Ramos was a bad idea for PSG.”