MADRID .- After the newspaper Der Spiegel, based on documents of Football Leaks, shows this Friday that Real Madrid's captain Sergio Ramos had testified dexamethasone in test problem control final of the Welsh League 2017, as well as various anomalies made in subsequent surveys, the club has responded through a press release in which he says Sergio Ramos was not successful in "the drug control rules".
Merengue Club confirmed this Friday that "the UEFA requests regular information and closed the matter immediately, as usual in these cases, following the confirmation of experts from the world-wide drug group, AMA, and UEFA itself, "said the ESPN port.
According to the German declaration, UEFA would have closed its case after the player and the club provided explanations by letter; debate a "Human error" of the medical group.
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According to Football Leaks, dockers and club they did not describe the use of their medication how they did when they reported that the player had got into the knee with another medication, although he had the same effect, betamethasone, a day earlier.
According to the definition that the club would have been given to UEFA, the player had been handled one day before a game in which Real Madrid was crowned as a warrior after he had been able to play. winning 4-1 to Juventus in which he was injection administration in the knee intraarticular with other medication.
UEFA would be given for good explain the doctor about the club to set out a & # 39; case.
The club, however, has decided "not to rule" on the other allegations; identify a German newspaper, which identifies several anomalies that have been made not only by Sergio Ramos, but with medical staff in the club.
According to the information published by the media related to EIC, the player would be broken the anti-drug protocol less than a year later.
As defined by Der Spieguel announces documents sifted by Football Leaks & # 39; the player seems to have been "a drug test against drugs in April 2018." Der Spiegel describes a letter that sent a group against Spanish drugs to Real Madrid in which he told the medical team that the protocol player was broken when he was & # 39; cooling before the test was made.