Paris Saint-Germain remain keen to bring reportedly-unsettled Real Madrid superstar Cristiano Ronaldo to the Parc des Princes.
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According to reports from Spain, the former Manchester United man is ‘restless’ at the Bernabeu and considering his options ahead of a potential summer move.
Real have failed to retain their Champions League title this term—being eliminated in the semi-finals by Juventus—and have also fallen short in La Liga, as rivals Barcelona have claimed the Spanish championship.
Marca have indicated that tensions are frayed between Ronaldo and the club’s hierarchy.
— MARCA (@marca) May 20, 2015
While United are also believed to be keen on securing a return for their former hero-via the Mirror-they may face competition from PSG.
Le 10 Sport have reported that the French champions remain keen on Ronaldo and are considering a ‘permanent deal’ for the Portugal international.
PSG are keen to establish themselves as a genuine Champions League force, and see Ronaldo as the kind of player who could take them to the next level. However, it remains to be seen whether financial fair-play regulations would prevent PSG from getting their man.
Similarly, he is the kind of marquee signing that would help boost the club’s prestige, in a similar way to Zlatan Ibrahimovic when he originally signed for the club in 2012.
Ronaldo may also be considered as a replacement for Zlatan, with the Swede rumoured to be heading towards the exit door at the French giants [via Goal.com].