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The Emotional Moment Sergio Ramos Looked For His Armband And Realised He Wasn't Captain Anymore

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The Emotional Moment Sergio Ramos Looked For His Armband And Realised He Wasn't Captain Anymore

Sergio Ramos is clearly taking a bit of time adjusting to life at Paris Saint-Germain.

The veteran defender joined PSG on a free transfer in the summer after a long and glorious stint as captain of Real Madrid.

And it seems he hasn't quite got used to not having an armband on his left bicep.

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In a promotional video shared by PSG of Ramos trying on the new home shirt, the Spaniard can be seen checking his arm on several occasions for the captain's armband.

Unfortunately for Ramos, Marquinhos holds the honour of being skipper for Mauricio Pochettino's side.

Ramos ended a16-year stint at Real where he won five La Liga titles and four Champions League titles when he penned a two-season deal with PSG.

He recently explained how PSG were the perfect next step.

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"The best place to keep on dreaming, the best club to keep on winning," he posted on social media.

"We're going to fight with everything we have for everything. Allez.

"Paris Saint-Germain is a club that has already proven itself at the highest level. I want to continue to grow and improve at Paris and help the team to win as many trophies as possible."

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Ramos had attracted the interest of Premier League clubs including Manchester United, Manchester City and Chelsea.

But PSG pulled out all the stops to get their man with president Nasser Al-Khelaifi, sporting director Leonardo and Neymar on the charm offensive.

Ramos told L'Equipe: "Neymar convinced me before signing for PSG.

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"Before signing for a new club, it is always helpful to talk with several players, or with Leonardo or Al-Khelaifi. They all convinced me in their own way.

"I've been talking to Neymar for six or seven years. Despite the fact he played for Barca and I played for Madrid, we have always had an extraordinary friendship."

The video of Ramos in a PSG shirt was too much for some Real fans.

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Topics: Sergio Ramos, PSG

Thomas Harvey
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