When will these Spanish giant clubs get the message that Cristiano Ronaldo is not for sale? Or have they been heartened by the Manchester United winger’s comments earlier this season that he would like to play in the Primera Liga at some stage of his career? The Daily Star report that Barcelona’s sporting director has been following in the footsteps of his Real Madrid counterpart by declaring an interest in the Portuguese international.
“Cristiano Ronaldo is a player we think we can sign in the summer.
“Barcelona have never said we are not interested in him, but he is just one of many players we are looking at. We know we need to have a lot of options.
“It is logical that for the arrival of big expensive players it is necessary for some to exit. The door is open, but we will not reveal in advance any names.”
Indeed, when the time comes for Ronaldo to consider a move to Spain, it will be an almighty battle between these two super-clubs to determine who gets the signature of potentially the best player in the world. Transfer records are sure to be broken!