Sergio Ramos initially had doubts about joining PSG.
The Spaniard ended his 16-year spell with the Los Blancos in 2021 in search of a new challenge.
Over the years with the Galacticos, he won five La Liga titles and four Champions League trophies.
He will definitely go down as one of the greatest ever players in the club’s history.
He struggled in his debut campaign with PSG due to a number of injuries and could manage only 13 appearances.
But Ramos has now fully adjusted to his life in Paris and has featured more regularly playing 30 games in all competitions.
“Obviously, leaving Real Madrid was a big change. My goal was always to keep on winning”, Ramos said to Diario AS.
“I won a lot with Real Madrid, but I thought it was a good opportunity for a change of scenery.
“Everything was very difficult at the beginning. You have to find a home and settle down, especially when you come with a family and four children.
“The process was difficult at first, but everything went smoothly.
“At first, having made the leap, everything went wrong. I got injured, it was very difficult to recover and adapt to the new system, the new team and the new coach.
“You start to doubt if you have done the right thing or not.”
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