PSG ‘exploring possibility of signing Cristiano Ronaldo’ if Juventus opt to part ways with him

PSG ‘exploring possibility of signing Cristiano Ronaldo’ if Juventus opt to part ways with him this summer season… as they appear to to take benefit over Nasser Al-Khelaifi’s relationship with Portuguese star’s agent Jorge Mendes

  • Paris Saint-Germain are plotting an audacious swoop for Cristiano Ronaldo
  • Ronaldo’s future is up within the air after Juventus’ shock Champions League exit 
  • The Italian giants could look to offload Ronaldo so as to release funds 
  • PSG president Nasser Al-Khelaifi frequently talks to his agent Jorge Mendes

Paris Saint-Germain are reportedly plotting an audacious swoop for Juventus star and five-time Ballon d’Or winner Cristiano Ronaldo.

Ronaldo’s future is on the agenda following Juventus’ shock Champions League exit in opposition to Porto, and the Portuguese star and the Italian giants may determine {that a} parting of ways is greatest for each events.

Ronaldo may have been annoyed with yet one more underwhelming marketing campaign within the Champions League with Juventus – having not reached previous the quarter finals for a 3rd season working. And the Serie A outfit will likely be wanting to release funds given his astronomical wage of £28m-per-year.

Cristiano Ronaldo’s future is excessive on the agenda at Juventus after their Champions League exit

Ronaldo's agent, Jorge Mendes, has a good relationship with PSG president Nasser Al-Khelaifi

Al-Khelaifi and PSG are exploring the opportunity to bring in the five-time Ballon d'Or winner

Ronaldo’s agent, Jorge Mendes, has an excellent relationship with PSG president Nasser Al-Khelaifi

And in accordance to Le Parisien, PSG are intently monitoring Ronaldo’s scenario in Turin forward of the summer season switch window.

In the occasion that Kylian Mbappe decides to depart the Parc des Princes, PSG would reportedly look to signal both Ronaldo or his nice soccer rival Lionel Messi whose Barcelona future is much from sure.

And with Ronaldo’s Juventus deal expiring in the summertime of 2022, the Portuguese worldwide’s identify is on the agenda for PSG’s board members.

PSG’s pursuit of Ronaldo could also be helped considerably by his agent Jorge Mendes’ relationship with the membership’s president Nasser Al-Khelaifi.

Corriere dello Sport used the headline 'Betrayed by Ronaldo' on Wednesday's front page

Corriere dello Sport used the headline ‘Betrayed by Ronaldo’ on Wednesday’s entrance web page

The pair frequently stay in touch – with their relationship relationship again to 2015 when the Portuguese agent was largely chargeable for serving to build a succession plan in Paris the year earlier than Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s departure.

The Le Parisien report additionally claims that Mendes and Al-Khelaifi frequently textual content one another, and even do video calls with each other.

Following Juve’s Champions League exit, Ronaldo’s future in Turin has turn into an enormous speaking level.

Ronaldo was introduced in to assist Juventus seize the Champions League crown, however in fact they’ve gone backwards in Europe since he arrived in 2018. 

Ronaldo's time at Juventus could be up at the end of the season and PSG may step in

Ronaldo’s time at Juventus could possibly be up on the finish of the season and PSG could step in 

Ronaldo was at fault for the decisive objective in opposition to Porto scored by Sergio Oliveira as he turned his again on his free-kick that went beneath him – a second which noticed him damned by Italian press the subsequent morning.

Corriere dello Sport used the headline ‘Betrayed by Ronaldo’ on their entrance web page on Wednesday morning, suggesting that the Portuguese ought to have blocked the shot which squeezed previous Wojciech Szczesny and into the underside nook. 

Ronaldo will likely be turning 37 subsequent season and time is working out for him to assist ship the most important prize of all to Juventus, and with his astronomical wages, his time on the Allianz Stadium may quickly be coming to an finish.


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