The Portuguese superstar Cristiano Ronaldo is currently facing a difficult time at Juventus and is reportedly considering whether to leave the club in the summer with PSG in the transfer window.
Attorney agent Jorge Mendes has been calling for Manchester United’s possible return of Cristiano Ronaldo, with Italian media calling him a ‘ghost’ on the pitch.
Now, according to Tuttosport, PSG have moved on to the Red Devils as they look to tempt Cristiano Ronaldo to leave Juventus, with the player reconsidering whether they could take Ligue 1 action.
It is said that the most important factor in Ronaldo’s next decision is the ability of the team to win the Champions League, while also being able to give him enough time to play as a leading scorer.
After the European Super League fiasco, the Glazers, who own Manchester United, are probably not interested in releasing a player at such a high salary, as they may have put a price on Old Trafford.
Things do not look very good situation for Turin, as Juventus are in serious danger of qualifying for next season’s UEFA Champions League, while they will already lose the Serie A title to Inter Milan in a few days.
Cristiano Ronaldo’s future in Italy hangs in the balance, with one of Europe’s top clubs looking to take this advantage.