Real Madrid captain, Sergio Ramos , is back in the headlines but not for reasons he would want.
It appears that the Los Blancos centre-back violated UEFA ‘s anti-doping rules.
The information has been revealed by Football Leaks, via
Der Spiegel , explaining that there are two separate occasions in which he skipped the rules.
In a laboratory in Seibersdorf, Austria, sample 3324822 ( Ramos ) shows a positive test for dexamethasone after the 2017 Champions League final, in which Real Madrid beat Juventus .
The same information says that the Real Madrid doctor admitted that Ramos received two injections of dexamethasone in the knee and shoulder the day before the match, a version that also was admitted by UEFA .
But it would not be the only time that Ramos bent the rules.
He was supposed to perform an anti-doping control test in April 2018 made by the Spanish agency AEPSAD .
Ramos showered before the test, although he was warned that this would have serious consequences.
According to the regulations of the agency, it is not possible to shower or go to the toilet before a urine test.