Paris Saint-Germain are reportedly considering terminating Sergio Ramos' contract as the Spaniard is yet to feature in a single game for the Ligue 1 giants.
Since making the free transfer from Real Madrid in the summer, Ramos has been sidelined due to injury, and hasn't featured in an official game since May 5, in Real Madrid's 2-0 defeat in the return leg of their Champions League semi-final against Chelsea.
And according to Le Parisien, PSG would be open to letting him leave as they do not believe that releasing players before the end of their contract "is a dystopian scenario any more".
Ramos is contracted to the club until 2023 and they will have to reach an agreement with him in order to terminate his contract. PSG director Leonardo acknowledged Ramos' absence but insisted the club hope he can return to action soon.
"We know Ramos has had an injury," Leonardo said after PSG's 2-1 win over Lille on Friday. “It’s the Spanish press playing with this story… but we knew about Sergio Ramos situation before, and we know what’s happening”.
The 35-year-old made 671 appearances for Real Madrid, scoring 101 goals and providing 40 assists across competitions. His massive trophy haul includes four Champions League, five LaLiga titles, two Spanish Cups, four Spanish Super Cups, four Club World Cups, and three UEFA Super Cups.