PSG: Sergio Ramos – Now I’m finally happy – Football International

PSG: Sergio Ramos - Now I'm finally happy - Football International

Top defender Sergio Ramos (36) has finally reached Paris Saint-Germain. pre star curve real madrid Points straight up.

His first season in Ligue 1 of France was unforgettable. Injuries continued to thwart the Spaniard’s plans, making only twelve appearances in the league. It wasn’t until the season finale that he was really able to help his new team.

Everything will be different this season. The Spanish world and European champions were able to fully participate in the preparations along with the French. Ramos is under PSG coach Christophe Gaultier (56) and has played all four matches in the new season so far.

Accordingly, Ramons is currently in a good mood at the club in the French capital “I am doing great. Now I can say that I feel good, I am happy,” the 36-year-old Spaniard said on the Ruiz Club YouTube channel. “When you go out on the pitch, you look at everything from a different perspective. I am very happy,” he said. Ramos is relieved that he no longer has to sit on the PSG bench. He was also “received very well” in Paris.

Came now and before the end? Ramos’s contract in Paris expired again after the season. It is not yet clear what will happen to him at PSG. So he is also playing for his PSG future this season.

Shortly before leaving Real Madrid (2021), Ramos announced that he wanted to play longer: “My mindset makes a difference in my everyday life, and with my physical condition I am still in three or four years. – or if the majors participate, I can also take part in the World Cups in Mexico, the US and Canada (2026, editor’s note). I am the only player in history to make six appearances at the World Cup I will be! The World Cup in Qatar will be my fifth.

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However, it is still not clear whether they will also be allowed to visit Qatar in winter. He last appeared for Spain in March 2021. So he doesn’t have much time left to convince Spain coach Luis Enrique (52).

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That’s where everything goes wrong!
The whole of France laughs at Ramos’ overhead kick

Source: DAZN

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