The 35-year-old has endured a frustrating time of things since arriving at the club from Real Madrid, which he had represented for the previous 16 seasons.
Spain international Ramos will again be absent on Sunday (AEDT) when PSG travels to Lens as Mauricio Pochettino's side attempts to get back to winning ways in Ligue 1.
"Ramos's workload has been adapted for muscle fatigue following his return to play. He will resume training with the squad on Sunday [Monday AEDT]," an update on PSG's official website read.
Madrid legend Ramos has played just six matches at club level this calendar year, totalling 485 minutes on the field, while his last appearance for Spain came in March.
The 15 LaLiga games Ramos started last season was the fewest he managed for the club and a big drop from the 35 games started in the season before.
As well as being without Ramos against Lens, Ander Herrera, Julian Draxler and Neymar are also absent for PSG, with the latter ruled out for the remainder of the year.
Pochettino confirmed at the pre-match news conference that he intends to make changes after his side's 0-0 draw with Nice.
That was the third time PSG has failed to score in its past 11 games, with Lionel Messi again firing a blank to leave his tally at one goal in eight Ligue 1 appearances.
Messi has the highest differential (2.95) between his goals scored (1) and his expected goals (xG) (3.95) in Ligue 1 this term.
However, Pochettino is confident his compatriot will soon find his scoring touch in front of goal.
"It's a question of efficiency," Pochettino said. "Leo is someone who has always scored goals. It's also a matter of time and he's going to score a lot of goals here."
With the January transfer window now less than a month away, Pochettino is not yet thinking about bringing in any new recruits to bolster his star-studded squad.
"I'm not waiting for signatures at the winter break. I didn't talk about that after the Nice match. This is not the time to talk about this at all," he added.
"When the time comes, we will talk to the club to see if there are any needs in the team, but we are far from that."