Sergio Ramos 'out for six weeks' after knee surgery

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Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos is reportedly set to miss ‘six weeks’ of action after undergoing successful knee surgery on Saturday.

Ramos has been operated on in the Spanish capital where he will have the meniscus mended in his left knee.

The 34-year-old will now begin his recovery, with the well-sourced Cadena Cope claiming the Los Blancos central defender could need up to six weeks to get back to full fitness.

It means that the influential defender will be on the sidelines for Real Madrid’s Champions League clash with Atalanta and the Madrid derby on March 7.