It is good news for Real Madrid as their skipper Sergio Ramos resumed full training with the rest members of the team. The player sat in the fans stand and watched his side draw with English Premier side Chelsea in the first leg of the Uefa Champions League semifinals.
The plan now is for him to get some playing time in their Saturday’s La liga home game against Osasuna. He will use the game to prepare ahead of the Champions League semi-final second-leg next week which will be played in Stamford Bridge London Chelsea.
The Importance of Sergio Ramos Return
Sergio Ramos’ return will burst the spirit of other players, his resumption is a very key as their right-back Dani Carvajal will not play this season again due to injury. Ramos sustained his muscular injury when on international duty with the Spanish national side.
The defence is now even more tighten with the admirable perforce of Nacho and Militao who have been the central pairing with both Ramos and Varane missing recently.
Meanwhile, Mendy is still not fully fit and continues to train alone and is unlikely to be ready for the Chelsea game.
Another player who is out is Valverde, he is still suffering with mild coronavirus symptoms and his return will depend on his latest PCR test but it’s anticipated that he will make the trip to London.