Sergio Ramos named in PSG squad for first time this season and could make return after six months against Man City

SERGIO RAMOS’S Paris Saint-Germain career could finally be about to get underway.

The defender has been crocked with a calf injury since moving to the Ligue 1 leaders last summer.

The ex-Real Madrid star is yet to make an appearance in Mauricio Pochettino’s star-studded side.

But that could finally be about to change after he was named in the squad to face Manchester City on Wednesday.

Ramos made a whopping 671 appearances during a 16-year spell at Real.

He moved to the French capital this summer alongside other blockbuster signings such as Lionel Messi and Gianluigi Donnarumma.

Things have not gone to plan though and he was only able to start training earlier in November amid rumours PSG were about to rip up his contract.

Suggestions are also swirling around his relationship with former rival Messi.


The pair were sworn enemies at former clubs Real and Barcelona and the rivalry has reportedly followed them to the Parc des Princes.

Ramos could soon find himself with a new ally at PSG after claims ex-Real boss Zinedine Zidane could be about to take over at the club.

That is if Mauricio Pochettino finally moves to Manchester United after they sacked club legend Ole Gunnar Solskjar.

Reports suggest the current PSG boss could be ready to walk out on the French heavyweights immediately to take over at Old Trafford.

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