Real Madrid's Sergio Ramos categorically denies any form of doping

Real Madrid's Sergio Ramos categorically denies any form of doping

My legal team will come out against these accusations as Real Madrid and Uefa have already done.

Sergio Ramos has never breached the anti-doping control regulations.

Ramos also said that Madrid deserved to lose 3-0 at Eibar on Saturday, a first defeat under Santiago Solari. "They threatened us a month and a half ago with the news".

Der Spiegel say a member of Uefa's anti-doping unit contacted Ramos for an explanation and that the player replied in a four-line e-mail with a medical report attached.

The report, based on material from Football Leaks, said Uefa considered that result to be due to an "administrative error" after a club doctor failed to accurately record a painkilling injection given to the Madrid captain.

"It is an attempt to stain my image and my professional reputation".

Egyptian King Salah scored Liverpool's opener against Watford in the Premier League and then pulled out a hand sign that was very similar to Real Madrid skipper Sergio Ramos' usual celebration, and fans love the Mo mockery. Malaga, April 2018: When the match ended, I was requested to complete an anti-doping test.

"Over the course of my long sporting career I have submitted to, and passed satisfactorily, an infinite number of anti-doping tests".

"Sergio Ramos has never breached anti-doping control regulations".

"All UEFA doping control cases are conducted in full compliance with the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) Code".

The unnamed doctor, in a letter to Uefa seen by Der Spiegel, said he had accidentally written the name of a different drug on the doping report after the match as Ramos was being tested.

On that, Madrid added: "In terms of the rest of the content published by the aforementioned publication, the club will not be making any comment, given the clearly insubstantial nature of the reports".

In case you missed it, the Real Madrid captain brought down Salah in the Champions League final and injured his shoulder to such an extent that he had to be removed from the game, which Liverpool went on to lose 3-1.

Gonzalo Escalante, Sergi Enrich and Kike all got the score-sheet as the Spanish minnows secured an impressive La Liga victory.

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