Sergio Ramos will miss Real Madrid’s crucial clash with Sevilla on Sunday night through injury.
The club captain didn’t train with the rest of his team-mates on Saturday. Madrid have not yet offered Ramos a contract extension deal, meaning the Champions League defeat to Chelsea midweek may have been his last ever game for the club, if he fails to recover in time for the last three LaLiga games of the season.
The 35-year-old rushed back to play in the second leg of the Champions League defeat to the Premier League side and got through the 90 minutes, although he was not at 100%.
Ramos has been ruled out of the crunch clash at Valdebebas tomorrow after missing the club’s training sessions on Friday and Saturday.
Real Madrid’s statement read: “Following the tests carried out on Sergio Ramos by the Real Madrid Medical Services, he has been diagnosed with tendenitis in the semimembranosus muscle of his left hamstring. His recovery will continue to be assessed.”