Ligue 1 big spenders want Bernabeu duo.
Paris Saint-Germain chief Sheikh Bin Abdul Rahman Al-Thani has admitted that the club would love to bring in Real Madrid duo Jose Mourinho and Cristiano Ronaldo.
The ambitious French club have splashed over €100 million on the likes of Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Javier Pastore and Thiago Silva, but do not look like reining in their spending anytime soon, despite the Financial Fair Play regulations hovering on the horizon.
Whilst PSG’s previous transfer moves can indeed be considered ambitious any successful move to bring in Real Madrid manager Jose Mourinho and attacker Cristiano Ronaldo would signal an incredible achievement way beyond what has gone before. Is such a move likely?
Real Madrid are some 13 points behind runaway La Liga leaders Barcelona and Jose Mourinho has experienced something of a love/hate relationship with a significant portion of the Bernabeu faithful and could perhaps be considering his options, despite having helped the Spanish giants to a domestic title last term.
Speculation has been rife that Cristiano Ronaldo is not a happy man at present. Numerous reports claim that the former Man United man may also be considering his future at the club that spent a record £80m to sign him three and a half years ago.
That ‘un-rest’ hasn’t prevented 27 year old Portuguese international captain Ronaldo scoring regularly, notching up 23 goals in 25 matches in all competitions this season.
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