MADRID. – After the newspaper Der Spiegel, based on the document "Soccer Leaks", revealed this Friday that Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos will be tested positive for dexamethasone in post-test doping control 2017 Champions League final, as well as various deviations made in subsequent investigations, the club has responded through a press release in which it stated that Sergio Ramos "has never violated anti-doping control regulations".
The Merengue club assured this Friday that "The UEFA requests timely information and immediately close this problem, as usual in these cases, after verification of the experts themselves from the world anti-doping agency, AMA, and UEFA itself, "the ESPN portal reported.
According to German publications, UEFA will close the case after both the players and the club gave an explanation in a letter stating a "Human error" from a medical body.
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According to 'Football Leaks', the club doctors they did not report drug use as they did when specifying that players had received injections in the knee with different drugs, even with the same effect, betamethasone, the day before.
According to an explanation the club will give UEFA, the player has undergone treatment one day before the match in which Real Madrid were crowned champions after a 4-1 win for Juventus where he give an injection intraarticular in the knee with different drugs.
UEFA will do it given for good doctor's explanation of the club submitting the case.
The club, however, has decided "not to govern" on other charges cited by German newspapers, which show some deviations committed not only by Sergio Ramos, but by the club's medical staff.
According to information published by the media related to EIC, players will be damaged anti-doping protocol less than a year later.
As explained by Der Spieguel citing documents filtered by & # 39; Soccer Leaks & # 39; the player allegedly "refused an anti-doping test in April 2018." Der Spiegel refers to a letter that was supposed to be sent by the Spanish anti-doping agency to Real Madrid where he reported to the medical team that players violated the protocol when taking a bath before being subjected to the test.