The Real Madrid captain, Sergio Ramos, has been inspected antidoping abnormal from a powerful corticoid, the night of victory at Champions league in May 2017, before being acquitted by UEFA, who believes his drug is allowed, according to football leakage documents.
At the end of the match, the anti-doping player reveals the presence of dexamethasone – a potent corticosteroid that is banned from the World Anti-Doping Agency (AMA) competition, with the exception of the local administration, Medpart said in support of the information in confidential documents. Ramos admits he has taken the product but with an intra-articular injection, an argument that convinces UEFA, who postponed the case.
But, according to the reports Mediapart, the medical services of the club did not properly fill in the medical form provided to the administrators UEFA, wrong dexamethasone p betamethasone, According to the paper, the European Authority estimates that "the player and the doctor are likely to make an administrative mistake." The only partial ban on corticosteroids (which reduces fatigue and pain) by the World Anti-Doping Agency is criticized because its discovery does not always make it possible to distinguish the way the product is applied.
Real Madrid denies it
Real Madrid has denied that Sergio Ramos has violated anti-doping rules, as suggested by the German magazine Der Spiegel in his most recent revelations in his "Filtraciones de Futbol" investigation.
The weekly publication reports that Ramos has not passed a test antidoping after the end of Champions league against Juventus in 2017and that the Madrid captain did not follow the correct procedures when he was asked to pass a doping test after a game in the Spanish League in April this year.
UEFA also issued a statement in which "it categorically rejects the unfounded accusations of hiding positive doping results." He pointed out that AMA and FIFA have the right to appeal against any decision taken by UEFA on doping control before the Arbitration Court, but none of them "filed a complaint of this kind." UEFA has stated that the AMA itself has officially confirmed that "everything is adequately addressed by UEFA and in accordance with the Code".