The Real Madrid captain has spoken for the first time after undergoing knee surgery over the weekend. Which is designed to keep him out of action for about two months.
Sergio Ramos had to undergo surgery
Sergio Ramos has revealed that he had no choice but to undergo surgery for a knee injury that has held him back since mid-January. The Real Madrid captain has spoken for the first time after undergoing knee surgery over the weekend, which is designed to keep him out of action for about two months. Hello! Everything is going according to plan,” Ramos tweeted in English. “Mind already thinks to get back to work and back on the field ASAP. Thank you so much for all your messages and support. And finally, I had to undergo surgery,” he added in a video in Spanish. “Nobody likes to be in this situation, but thanks to God, everything has turned out great.”
“It was on medical advice, and I had no other choice. I just wanted to say that I am happy with the way things have turned out and that I will try to return as soon as possible to help the team because this season still has a long way to go. I also want to thank Dr Leyes and his entire team for the excellent treatment and performance during the operation. And how can I not thank all of you for those messages of such affection that touched my heart and pushed me to come back stronger.”