Paris Saint-Germain defender Sergio Ramos will not be able to make his debut for the club this Friday. Meanwhile, Paris Saint-Germain newcomer Gianluigi Donnarumma has commented on his relationship with his former club AC Milan. After the defender was to debut on Friday in PSG football news, Ramos will not face Angers, and Donnarumma reminisced.
PSG Football News – Ramos Will not Face Angers
Sergio Ramos was gearing up to debut in Paris Saint-Germain’s Ligue 1 tenth round clash against Angers. However, the defender is unavailable for this fixture at the Parc des Princes stadium, after all.
The 35-year-old Spaniard joined PSG on a free transfer after 16 season at Real Madrid.
And many news sites expected him to appear on the field for the first time since May, against Angers.
But Ramos failed to show up for today’s training session, claims Marca citing Le Parisien.
Moreover, the Spanish international is very likely to miss on the Champions League match against RB Leipzig on Tuesday, too.
The reason for this is that Sergio Ramos suffered a severe calf injury back in April. And clearly, he has not fully recovered yet.
Donnarumma on Milan Fans: I Will Always Be One of Them
Paris Saint-Germain newcomer Gianluigi Donnarumma has talked about his San Siro comeback for the UEFA Nations League playoffs last week.
Local Milan fans jeered Donnarumma every time he touched the ball, for being one of their biggest football transfers out.
However, the 22-year-old Italian goalkeeper didn’t take it to heart.
Instead he claimed it won’t change his attitude towards the club he left last summer.
“I’ve spent 8 years here in Milan,” Donnarumma told the press, Marca reports. “Every comeback to San Siro will be emotional for me.
“Being booed is normal. Nevertheless, it’s not easy to forget all these years, I am still Rossoneri.”
“I will always love Milan fans, I will always be one of them,” he concluded, affirmatively.