There are growing concerns among PSG chiefs over Sergio Ramos’ continuous absence due to injury.
However, the Spaniard is yet to make his first appearance for Les Parisien this season, with a calf injury keeping him on the sidelines.
Despite signing for a free transfer, Paris Saint-Germain agreed to pay Ramos a lucrative salary worth 13m pounds per season.
According to a report from French outlet Le Parisien via The Daily Mail, PSG fear that they have made a mistake by signing the injury-prone Ramos, who has now seemingly pocketed 4m pounds by simply sitting on the stands. The Ligue 1 giants are open to terminating the Spaniard’s contract if his injury problems persist.
The report also read: “The option of the contract termination is no longer science fiction, with PSG having accepted the fact that they could have made a mistake in his [Ramos’] signing.
“The trust that some placed in the defender at the time of his signing, or even after his calf injury a few weeks later, is no longer unshakable today.”
PSG fans have been longing to see Ramos in action but his time at the French capital could be over before that happens.
The Spanish defender carved a nearly unmatchable legacy in Los Blancos’ history books, leading them to a plethora of titles in a career that spanned around a one-and-a-half decade.
He was also linked with a move to a host of Premier League clubs when he announced his departure from Bernabeu but it was PSG who won the race for him eventually.