MADRID (SPAIN) – Cristiano Ronaldo could be the hot name of this transfer market session. According to what was reported by the Spanish newspaper ASin fact, PSG continues to press on the Portuguese and has already started contacts with the player’s entourage. The five-time Golden Ball would be the ideal name to replace the starter Mbappé, who has not signed the renewal with the Parisians and now seems increasingly close to Real Madrid. Leo Messi could have ended up under the Eiffel Tower, but the track seems to have cooled down and there Flea shortly should extend with Barcelona.
Ronaldo and Neymar’s approval
Second AS, President Nasser Al-Khelaïfi allegedly identified in Cristiano Ronaldo is the right name to support Neymar and drag PSG to the European limelight. In these terms, even the Brazilian ace would be unbalanced, so much so that he declared to the magazine GQ: “I want to play with Cristiano Ronaldo. I have already played with great players like Messi and Mbappé. But I haven’t played alongside Cristiano Ronaldo yet “. CR7, then, could become the symbol of the World Cup in Qatar, the country of the club owners and the president, who is part of the organizing committee of the tournament to be held in 2022.
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Not to be underestimated would then be the change on the Juventus bench, where Massimiliano Allegri took the place of Andrea Pirlo. Ronaldo’s contract with the bianconeri will expire next summer, and after 101 goals in 133 games, it could be time to say goodbye. Second AS, Juve would ask for between 25 and 30 million euros for his transfer, but Mauro Icardi could also enter the negotiation, a name that has already been associated with the Bianconeri for several market sessions. According to the Spanish press, Allegri already has the ok. The marriage between CR7 and PSG could really be celebrated.
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