Paris Saint-Germain Still Want Ronaldo, Neymar & Mbappe Partnership

Paris Saint-Germain Still Want Ronaldo

The latest reports reaching us is that French champions Paris Saint-Germain are still interested in bringing Cristiano Ronaldo to their ranks and plan on making it happen next year.

Ronaldo has continued to prosper since moving to Italy two years ago guiding the Italian giants Juventus to Serie A success in each of the past two seasons and also keeping things even with his goal-scoring prowess.

Having initially signed a four-year contract with the Bianconeri, the 35-year-old forward is entering his third season at the club. However, if rumours are to be believed, this season could as well be his last at Allianz Stadium.

According to a report from Tuttosport, it claims that Juventus are ready to move on from the five-time Ballon d’Or winner as they prepare to bring in younger players to the team.

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Also, balancing the books is one of the reasons why the Old Lady will be willing to offload their highest goalscorer in the past two seasons as he earns a staggering €31 million per year.

In the report, it was also revealed that Paris Saint-Germain could move for the Portuguese ace in 2021. Moreover, PSG even tried to sign Ronaldo in the previous transfer window but their approach was turned down by the Serie A champions.

Further, on the report, it was stated that the former Real Madrid man would be willing to part ways with the Bianconeri but only if they record Champions League title success this season.

Now the question is, can the transfer go through? Definitely, it would be beautiful to watch Ronaldo, Neymar & Kylian Mbappe share the same changing room!

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