The Ligue 1 team posted an article on their website confirming that the defender will wear the number 4 before announcing the signing himself
It seems that Paris Saint-Germain inadvertently confirmed the signing of Sergio Ramos after his departure from Real Madrid.
Ramos can be seen in the Parc des Princes on Wednesday and is expected to be officially announced as a new PSG player on Thursday.
But PSG apparently jumped the gun by posting an article on their official website on Wednesday confirming that Ramos was the no. 4 in Paris would carry. The article was quickly deleted.
What was said?
“This number four, I appreciate it very much out of superstition, because I had it from the beginning of my career, and after that it accompanied me for the rest of my life, continued [with] brought me happiness, and many victories, ‘Ramos said in the article.
“Now number four is part of me as a person and as a professional. For me it is a privilege to be able to carry this number in such a good team, Paris Saint-Germain. It will therefore be very special to be able to carry my number here in Paris. ‘
How will Ramos fit in with PSG?
Ramos will add a new dimension to PSG’s set – up as head coach Mauricio Pochettino wants to deliver success on both local and European stages in 2021-22.
The Spaniard’s extensive experience at the highest level could help the French kit enter the Champions League for the first time, and he could turn directly into the heart of the defense.
Ramos is likely to compete with Marquinhos and Presnel Kimpembe for a regular place in the midfield battle, but it is also possible that the former could be moved back to midfield to accommodate the former superstar.
Ramos’ legacy at Real
Ramos spent 16 years at Real’s books after joining Sevilla from Sevilla in 2005, establishing himself as one of the best defenders in Europe while winning a number of trophies.
The World Cup winner achieved 22 major honors during his time at the Bernabeu, including five La Liga titles and four Champions League crowns.
Ramos also contributed 101 goals to Real’s case in 671 games in all competitions, but the club had no choice but to let him go after talks over an extension of the contract failed.