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PSG: "We think it's not serious", says Galtier de Ramos, hit in the adductor

2023-02-02T09:48:16.482Z


We thought he had been knocked out after an aerial duel, but the Spanish defender was actually hit in the left adductor.


One glitch can hide another.

In addition to the injury of Kylian Mbappé, PSG must deal with that of Sergio Ramos.

The 36-year-old Spanish defender was replaced shortly after half an hour of play in Montpellier (1-3) on Wednesday, during the 21st day of Ligue 1. Given his gestures during his exit, one could think that the he former captain of Real was still groggy after an aerial clash with Kiki Kouyaté.

It is not so.

"

On his aerial duel, falling, he hurt his adductor (left)

", said Christophe Galtier at a press conference.

And to add: “

We think that it is not serious.

But with the sequence of matches, Sergio preferred to go out and not take any risks in relation to the embarrassment felt.

Remember that PSG will successively face Toulouse, Marseille, Monaco, Bayern, Lille and again OM by the end of February.

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Referring to his two injuries, Mbappé also being hit in the thigh, the Parisian coach concluded with this last observation: “

Apparently, it does not seem very serious, neither for one nor for the other.

“We will know more in the hours or days to come.

One thing is certain: if Ramos' unavailability were to be substantial, it would be a real concern for PSG, already deprived of Presnel Kimpembe and Nordi Mukiele, and who have not recruited anyone in the winter transfer window.

Source: lefigaro

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