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Sergio Ramos: Unfortunately, I'll have to watch the World Cup from home

Sergio Ramos has released a statement on his social media after not making Luis Enrique's squad list for the 2022 World Cup.

The Spanish national team coach announced on November 11 the 26 players who will be in Qatar and the centre-back, despite being in the pre-list, is not among those selected.

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"The World Cup? Of course, it was one of those great dreams I had to fulfil," Ramos said.

"It would have been my fifth, but unfortunately I'll have to watch it at home."

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Ramos is currently in his second season at PSG. Injuries were the main problem during his first year at the Parisian club, however he has returned to being one of the key players for the team.

"Last season was tough, with injuries and adapting to a new club and a different city," he has explained.

"I worked body and soul to recover and get back to my old self, guided by the objectives and hopes that one always sets and sets oneself."

That's why the Spanish centre-back has shown his regret at not being able to be at the World Cup.

Looking at the positives

Still, Ramos seems content with the fact that he is getting back to his best even if it has come too late to make the Spain squad.

"Fortunately, I can say that this season I feel like myself again and I am once again enjoying football, my club and a great city like Paris," he said.

"It's hard, but every day the sun comes out again. Absolutely nothing will change in me. Neither my mentality, nor my passion, nor my perseverance, nor the effort and dedication of 24 hours thinking about football.

"This is my feeling and I wanted to share it with you. Thank you all for the love, there are many challenges and goals to achieve. See you soon. I wish you all the best. Come on, Spain! SR4."

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