Paris Saint-Germain defender Sergio Ramos will be back after more than two months with a serious calf injury.
The 36-year-old has been included in a squad of 22 who take on FC Lorient at 19.45 on Sunday night.
PSG have also announced that Angel Di Maria will miss the game against Lorient with a muscle injury, while the game comes too early for the return of Marco Verratti, who will resume training this week.
Ramos last played for PSG on January 23, scoring his first goal for the club in a 4-0 win over Stade Reims.
He joined from Real Madrid last summer but has had an injury-plagued spell in the French capital so far, making just five appearances in all competitions.
After a career with Madrid that largely avoided serious injury, the Spain international suffered a calf problem shortly after joining Mauricio Pochettino. That meant he was sidelined until the end of November, but in January he had another problem in the same area.
Leonardo, PSG’s sporting director, admitted last month that the signing didn’t go ‘as expected’.
Ramos has one year left on his contract at the club, which lead Ligue 1 with 12 points.
However, they were embarrassedly eliminated from the Champions League in the last 16, giving up an aggregate lead of two goals to Real Madrid in the closing minutes of the game. Ramos missed the draw against his former team.
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https://theathletic.com/news/sergio-ramos-back-in-psg-squad-after-two-months-out-with-calf-injury/5o4TSFK1ZLSH/?source=rss Sergio Ramos is back in PSG’s squad after suffering a calf injury for two months