But he’s been injured after injury, and several false dawns have proven to be just that: false dawns.
PSG had anticipated that he’d be in good form by the time the Champions League knockout stage arrived, but we’re just two weeks away and no joy.
Sergio Ramos has March 9 circled on his calendar because it is the day that Paris Saint-Germain will go to Real Madrid to play at the Estadio Santiago Bernabeu, which was once his home.
On January 30, the defender had to limp out of training owing to a calf injury and is now working on his rehabilitation.
In theory, he is ruled out of the game in Spain, but he is determined to make every effort to return in time for the match.
According to reports in the French press, the former Real Madrid captain is ecstatic at the prospect of playing against his former club.
Ramos has always stated that you never give up, which has proven to be vital for him during his first season in Paris, which has been hampered by ailments.
He joined the club last summer while injured and has only appeared in five games for the team so far.