PSG set to terminate Sergio Ramos’ contract?

PSG Ramos contract, Six Sports

According to reports in France, PSG are considering terminating Sergio Ramos’s contact.

Ramos only joined PSG at the start of this campaign after leaving Real Madrid on a free transfer after 16 years at the club. But is yet to make an appearance for the French giants. Ramos also missed Spain’s UEFA Euro campaign due to a calf injury.

Sergio Ramos signed a two-year contract and earns a salary of around 10 million euros for each season. French newspaper Le Parisien have reported that termination of Sergio Ramos’s contract is no longer just “science fiction”. Other reports have claimed that PSG made a huge mistake by signing Ramos with his growing injury issues.

On the other hand, PSG Sporting Director Leonardo has come out and said that PSG knew everything about the fitness situation of the Spanish centre half. PSG have always been optimistic about his return to full fitness.

PSG manager Mauricio Pochettino confirmed last month that Sergio Ramos was yet to start training with his PSG teammates. And the optimism shown by PSG about the situation is slowly but surely starting to fade away.

PSG already have a massive wage bill. With the likes of Lionel Messi, Neymar, Kylian Mbappe on massive wages. Sergio Ramos has been paid an estimated £4million since signing the contract at PSG. And is yet to even start training at the club.

If the PSG board decides to terminate the contract of Ramos. Firstly they would need to reach an agreement with Ramos and his agent. Secondly, they may have to pay Sergio Ramos a significant fee/ compensation.

The Real Madrid legend made 671 appearances for Los Blancos. And scored an impressive 101 goals during his time in Spain. But he has only started five games since the turn of the year. Having an operation on his left knee in February, his left calf in April, and then his Achilles tendon in May. At the age of 35 and with all the underlying injury problems, PSG have a big problem in their hands. And need to make a decision really quickly.

Follow us on Twitter for regular football updates.

To Top