Ramos’ first comment after being excluded from Spain’s squad for the Qatar World Cup

Paris Saint-Germain defender Sergio Ramos is upset that he was not called up to Spain’s squad for the World Cup, which kicks off in Qatar next Sunday.

Spain manager Luis Enrique has announced his final 26-man squad for the World Cup in Qatar, which did not include the 36-year-old veteran Ramos, despite the latter recovering this season with Paris Saint-Germain after how he suffered from the curse of injury last season.

Ramos, who joined Paris Saint-Germain in the summer of 2021 after a trophy-filled 16 years at Real Madrid, wrote an emotional letter to fans after failing to get his fifth World Cup chance.

Ramos said on his Instagram account: “I have dedicated myself, my body and my soul to healing and getting back to my normal levels…and fortunately I can say that this season I have regained my level and am enjoying football game. with a great club in a big city like Paris.”

The veteran defender, who twice won the European Cup with Spain in 2008, 2012 and the World Cup in 2010, added: “World Cup (in Qatar)? From home”.

And he continued about his absence from the World Cup in Qatar: “The situation is difficult, but in the morning the sun will still shine. my dedication to work.

Spain will play a friendly against Jordan on Thursday before kicking off their World Cup campaign against Costa Rica in Group E, which also includes Germany and Japan.

Source: RT

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