L'Equipe places to Ronaldo PSG
The French newspaper L’Equipe dedicates its cover today to Cristiano Ronaldo. In France they speculate with the arrival of the Real Madrid forward to Paris Saint-Germain, most powerful team in France and one of the strongest economically in the world. “The Parisian club has tested the waters to take over the Portuguese star with a transfer next summer. PSG has the ability to attract the Ballon d'Or of 2008 “Paris drags Ronaldo”, title.
Autumn has not yet been noticed and the competition has barely started but in France they have already placed Cristiano Ronaldo on the PSG to-do list for next summer. According to L'Equipe, the sheikh would have the intention of joining his team for the next season, for what would happen to swell the staff of the French club, that has been hiring big names on the international scene at the stroke of a checkbook. This same summer, the sheik has been spent close to 150 million euros on signings. Has paid 42 million euros for Thiago Silva, 40 by Lucas Moura, 26 by Lavezzi and 21 by Swedish striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic. For disbursements like this, Paris Saint-Germain continually sounds like a possible destination for the most important players on the planet, including Cristiano Ronaldo.
The news does not come by chance. Since the Real Madrid striker made his public “sadness” after the game against Granada, and although this chapter seems to have already been forgotten, on more than one occasion there has been speculation about a possible departure of Cristiano Ronaldo from Real Madrid. An alleged offer from Manchester City of about 120 million euros and now it is PSG who would be tempting the player. Definitely, Manchester City and Paris Saint-Germain are the two clubs that, Today, could face a transfer of these characteristics and the player's file, that goes around 10 million per year.
But nevertheless, PSG would not go after the player without first contacting Real Madrid. This was explained by Sheikh Nasser Al-Khelaïfi in an interview with the newspaper MARCA a few weeks ago. In her, the head of the Parisian club assured that he would always go ahead in an operation of this caliber and that, before negotiating with the footballer, would get in touch with Real Madrid.