Sergio Ramos has undergone surgery in a bid to solve his persistent knee troubles.
The Real Madrid captain had been suffering with the issue since the semi final of the Supercopa de Espana.
Cope reported that the solution decided on by the club was an operation, and the procedure was carried out on Saturday. Ramos will miss around six weeks of action after surgery and, as a result, miss the Champions League tie with Atalanta, but would ensure his presence in the final stretch of the campaign.
It was evident that Ramos’ problems weren’t going away through the personalised regimen he had been carrying out since January 14.The doctor in charge of carrying out the operation was Manu Leyes, the same doctor who carried out Marco Asensio’s surgery last campaign.
Real Madrid are hoping that this will allow their captain to return to peak condition by the end of March.
He can play where he is, although he has done it more in the double pivot. He is a boy who comes with desire, he will do it well for sure. He has a level for the First Division, but he was not playing. Hopefully it performs well and can return to the top category.