German publication Der Spiegel has revealed that Real Madrid defender Sergio Ramos has been involved in two cases of doping.
The first occurred in a game against Malaga. He was advised to head to anti-doping but despite that he went for a shower. That's prohibited under Spain's anti-doping laws.
The second case refers to the Champions League final in 2017, when Ramos reportedly tested positive for dexamethasone, a prohibited drug.
In this case, the Real Madrid doctor acknowledged that he had given the Spain defender injections in the knee and the shoulder, so UEFA did not punish him as it was a medical decision.
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