Real Madrid defender Sergio Ramos will reportedly undergo shoulder surgery after the Clasico against Barcelona on November 21.
According to AS, the decision was made after he suffered a second shoulder injury to his left arm in Sunday’s 3-2 defeat to Sevilla.
“The shoulder’s okay. I fell over and aggravated it a little. It’s a relapse,” he said of the setback.
The injury has seen him leave the Spain squad for games against England and Belgium within the next seven days.
Ramos first pulled up against Shakhtar Donetsk on September 16 and has been plagued with fitness problems ever since, requiring injections to get through matches.