• According to L’Équipe, Luis Campos has been honest with the Spaniard and has warned him that they are looking for competition. However, he is considered a leader in the locker room.

Sergio Ramos ‘ season is being, for the moment, radically opposed to the previous one. The camera has forgotten the continuous injuries that prevented him from performing regularly during the past year and has taken a step forward, establishing himself as one of the most important pieces in Galtier’s three central systems and gaining more and more prominence in the locker room. In fact, his coach has consistently reiterated at a press conference that it is important to have players of such a lineage to get closer to the club’s priority objective, which is to win the Champions League.

Despite Ramos’ leadership and hierarchy with PSG, the club is still working to sign a defender who can compete with the Andalusian defender. According to L’Équipe, the new sports advisor for the Parisians, Luis Campos, has warned him that they are trying to sign a central defender with the aim of increasing the team’s competitiveness. That has not disturbed Ramos, but rather the opposite, since the relationship between the Spanish and the Portuguese is cordial and honest.

Among the options that the sports management is considering, the Skriniar track has been completely ruled out. The Slovenian was Luis Campos’ priority to strengthen PSG’s defense, but the high claims of Inter Milan, which did not drop below 70 million, aborted the negotiations. Simakan, from Leipzig, was another monitored player, but the center-back will continue in Germany for another year, so PSG has ten days to sign a defender who can compete with Ramos.

The good physical form of Sergio Ramos has allowed him, in turn, to take the helm of the locker room. Last week, in the midst of the tension that was generated between Mbappé and Neymar due to penalties, the former Real Madrid player mediated between the two to put the squad in order. “He’s a boss,” PSG workers told L’Équipe. At 36 years old, the center-back dreams of going to the World Cup in Qatar after having regained sensation in recent weeks.

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