What's going on with Sergio Ramos at PSG?

Ramos hasn't played a competitive game since May 5

Since joining Paris Saint-Germain from Real Madrid this summer, Sergio Ramos hasn't had the best of starts. His medical in July revealed no problems, but he has since suffered injuries that have prevented him from making his PSG debut.

The French club reported that he was due to be back action after this month's international break, but they have recently said that he is still recovering and there is no concrete date for his return.

Fans are growing impatient to see the 35-year-old play for PSG, but they will have to wait, according to Le Parisien. Ramos hasn't played a competitive game since May 5, when Real Madrid lost to Chelsea in the second leg of their Champions League semi-final tie, and he has been sidelined for a total of 200 days this calendar year.

He is definitely out of PSG's Ligue 1 match against Clermont Foot, and he is a big question mark for their Champions League opener against Club Brugge next week.

- Source: Marca
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Khabib reveals why Cristiano Ronaldo left Juventus

Cristiano Ronaldo's return to Manchester United just a couple of days before the close of the transfer window was one of the stories of the summer. 

The 36-year-old had been heavily linked with a move to United's cross-city rivals, Manchester City, but instead he opted for the red side of Manchester in a dramatic U-turn after City pulled out of the race for his signature.

Ronaldo said farewell to Juventus before returning to Old Trafford, but he did not explain why he left the Italian club where he had spent the previous three years. However, former UFC fighter and close friend of Ronaldo, Khabib Nurmagomedov, has claimed that the Portuguese forward departed Juventus because he was bored. 

"I don't want to disclose our private conversation. So he informed me that he was bored in Italy and that he wanted to go to England "Khabib spoke to Sport24 . "I'm also not a fan of Italian football, [but with] the English Premier League I won't switch over. Any team there can put on a show."

When asked to compare Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi, Khabib said that both are excellent players, but the former is more charismatic. "There's never been a phenomenon like that in football. I think Messi's been at his peak for about 12 years, and Cristiano 17."

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