Paris Saint-Germain Sergio Ramos could be facing a whopping seven-game ban following his red card on Saturday.
Ramos was sent off for the 28th time in his career after being shown two yellow cards in the 0-0 draw with Reims.
It was just before half-time when Ramos was cautioned twice in just ten seconds for dissent after being penalised for a foul.
The report from Pierre Gaillouste said that the former Real Madrid captain had displayed "aggressive" behaviour.
Marco Verratti also received a yellow card as he tried to protest against the decision. But in an update, RMC say footage from Canal Plus has provided evidence to indicate that the Spaniard used abusive language towards the official.
PSG's Sergio Ramos (36) faces a potential seven-game ban following his sending-off against Reims on Saturday. (RMC)https://t.co/qOz7h20ZVe— Get French Football News (@GFFN) October 11, 2022
It's claimed he called the ref “puta madre" - which translates to "motherf***er". If it is proven that he did use such a colourful insult, Ramos could be banned for anywhere between two and seven games.
However, it is noted that the chances of the maximum punishment being dished out are slim.
Ramos has long been associated with red and yellow cards, regularly playing on the edge and going to extreme lengths for his team.
After an injury-hit first season in Paris, Ramos has played 14 times this term, scoring one goal.
In September, he was involved in an ugly incident when he grabbed Juventus midfielder Leandro Paredes by the throat.
Paredes was a teammate of Ramos' just before they met on the pitch but you wouldn't know it judging by the way they got stuck into one another.
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