The 35-year-old defender, who joined Mauricio Pochettino's side on a two-year deal in July after leaving Real Madrid, has yet to make a single appearance for his new club after a long spell out with injury.
Despite only arriving in the summer, Ramos' future at the Parc des Princes continues to hit headlines, with Le Parisien reporting earlier this month that PSG are already considering terminating his contract.
Ramos has been out for four months but it appears the experienced centre-back has finally returned to first-team training.
And to squash any rumours that he might depart without even kicking a ball, the Spaniard's agent and brother, Rene, has played down speculation that he will leave the Ligue 1 side.
In an interview with publication El Mundo, Rene said: "Sergio Ramos is not planning to retire or break his contract. There is no doubt about Sergio. It's a physical problem, he will play when he can."
So there we have it. It appears the defender will indeed remain in Paris for the foreseeable future.
We are dangerously close to seeing Messi and Ramos play together.. pic.twitter.com/jHNn8n7cBs- J. (@MessiIizer) November 10, 2021
According to L'Equipe, via AS, the pair haven't patched things up completely after going head-to-head for years at Barcelona and Real Madrid.
It is said the two have yet to create a close bond within the PSG dressing room since both joined on free transfers, and their relationship is only 'cordial'.
:eyes::telephone_receiver::sweat_smile:- beIN SPORTS (@beINSPORTS_EN) August 11, 2021
How about that first phone call between Sergio Ramos and Leo Messi!
They used to be rivals now they are both at PSG! #Messi #Messi #PSG #MessiAtPSG #MessiPSG pic.twitter.com/Anz6MYNEWg
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