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Sergio Ramos set to miss Real Madrid champions league match against Liverpool with a calf injury



Sergio Ramos

Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos appears to have been ruled out of next week’s Champions League match against Liverpool.


The 35-year-old suffered a calf injury after coming off the bench late in Spain’s World Cup qualifying victory against Kosovo on Wednesday.


It is highly unlikely that he will take part in Real Madrid’s quarter-final clash with Liverpool next Tuesday.


A club statement read: “After the tests carried out (on Thursday) on our captain Sergio Ramos by the Real Madrid Medical Services, he was diagnosed with a muscle injury in the internal twin of his left leg.”




Real are yet to confirm how long Ramos is expected to be out, he is highly unlikely to feature in Real’s quarter-final clash with Liverpool next Tuesday.


Ramos is also expected to miss the El Clásico against Barcelona the following Saturday.

Liverpool’s visit was set to rekindle the feud between Ramos and Mohamed Salah, who dislocated his shoulder in a challenge from the Spanish international during the 2018 Champions League final clash.

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