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Sergio Ramos has not started well at PSG. His signing was a bomb and was understood as a great addition, but the reality is that the constant physical problems that Madrid had already suffered, have continued in the Parisian team and they have prevented him from debuting.
That is why Rothen, a former player for the French capital club and a regular critic in his opinions, has commented the following on RMC Sport: “Since he arrived, he has spent his life under treatment. The soleus injury at the end of his career is terrible, because you can seldom treat it adequately.”
He then wanted to emphasize that he is not sure that Sergio Ramos can compete at the level of Real Madrid. Age weighs and the load of matches can be decisive: “As soon as the player increases the pace, whether in games or in training, he may not be able to continue. When you are a certain age, you have to chain matches to find your best level. How are you going to do it with a recurring calf injury? “
There is a ‘disappointment’ with his signing and doubts grow: “When he arrived, we all said that Sergio Ramos was going to change the mentality of the dressing room with his aura, but at the moment it is not positive. He will have to contribute more to the team on the pitch. Otherwise it will be useless to have him. “
For Rothen, PSG already have good center-backs, so the incorporation of Ramos to the team can cause discomfort: “If you put yourself in the place of Kimpembe and MarquinhosI mean at the individual quality level, are they really inferior to Sergio Ramos today? The answer is very simple: no. Today I have the impression that Sergio Ramos is a bad idea for PSG. “