Spanish defender Sergio Ramos on Tuesday lamented the “few minutes” he has played in Paris Saint-Germain this season and is looking forward to being able to prove himself again.
Ramos, who has been sidelined with a hamstring injury from the team he signed last summer, said that although it was difficult to get used to the city, the writing room had made it much easier for him.
“At first it was difficult to adapt, it was after so many years in another club, where you controlled everything, the club, the house, the children’s school,” Ramos told PSG news channels.
“It was not easy to get to a wonderful city like Paris, it was hard to find a home.
“Getting used to the team was quick because there were players I played with before.”
Ramos highlighted the role played by Costa Rica goalkeeper Keylor Navas, who had been with him for many years at Real Madrid and won many trophies, including the Champions League.
“He’s my brother,” Ramos said of Keylor. “We have had an amazing and unique relationship at Real Madrid and meeting him here has made it all easier for me.”
Ramos has revealed that leaving Real Madrid and the Spanish capital allowed him to enjoy some things.
“Paris has other special and magical features,” says Ramos. “It’s good to change the way you feel and what you can do.
“You have a broad vision.”