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Real Madrid news: Sergio Ramos a ‘major doubt’ to take on PSG in the Champions League

Sergio Ramos a ‘major doubt’ to take on PSG in the Champions League as Real Madrid face race against time to sort defender’s calf problem

  • Sergio Ramos could miss Real Madrid’s trip to Paris in the Champions League
  • Reports in Spain say the defender asked to come off in the weekend’s match
  • Zinedine Zidane is facing an injury crisis with a number of his senior stars out
  • Real Madrid travel to face PSG at the Parc des Princes on Wednesday evening 

Real Madrid face the prospect of taking on a Neymar-inspired Paris Saint-Germain on Wednesday in the Champions League without talismanic captain Sergio Ramos. 

The Spanish centre back reportedly asked boss Zinedine Zidane to bring him off during the weekend win over Levante. 

And according to Football Espana, the 33-year-old is now a ‘major doubt’ to face PSG due to a calf issue, with tests in the coming days looking to assess the damage.  

Sergio Ramos is a ‘major doubt’ to face Paris Saint-Germain in Champions League this week

Zinedine Zidane faces the prospect of being without his captain for the opening group game

Zinedine Zidane faces the prospect of being without his captain for the opening group game

The issue is not believed to be one that will sideline him for more than the midweek trip to Paris, should he fail to prove his fitness in the coming days. 

Eder Militao or Nacho Fernandez are the likely candidates to replace Ramos in the starting line-up against PSG should he watch on from the sidelines. 

It was Militao who was introduced off the bench to replace Ramos in Saturday’s 3-2 home win over Levante. 

Real Madrid looked shaky when Ramos departed on the hour mark with Levante fighting back to make it 3-2 with a nervy finish for the hosts.  

Reports in Spain say Ramos asked Zidane to take him off during the weekend win over Levante

Reports in Spain say Ramos asked Zidane to take him off during the weekend win over Levante

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