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Sergio Ramos Set To Be Operated On His Knee Today

Sergio Ramos will undergo surgery in the next few hours to resolve an injury in his left knee that has been preventing the centre-back from playing with Madrid since the semi-final of the Super Cup, played on January 12 in Malaga.

The Madrid captain could be ruled out for between six to 10 weeks. This week, he trained with the rest of his teammates on Wednesday and Thursday in Valdebebas, which many believed he was going to feature against Huesca this weekend. However, on Thursday night, the pain returned, meaning Ramos didn’t train on Friday and instead underwent new tests.

They determined that the best solution was to undergo meniscus surgery and operate on his lewZ_,ft knee.

Ramos suffered a muscle injury with the Spanish national team in November, on the night of the 6-0 win over Germany. Upon his return it was clear to see that he had lost some physical edge.

An injury that has already provennted him from playing with the team in the Copa del Rey against Alcoyano and in the league against Alavés and Levante Madrid has not yet issued any medical report.

The earliest he could be back in action is in six or seven weeks. If the affected area is the external meniscus, he can expect to be out for two and a half months, according to Dr. González.

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