PSG and Manchester United enter race to sign Juventus star


Juventus forward Cristiano Ronaldo has emerged as the summer target for European giants like PSG and Manchester United. PSG are also looking to bring Lionel Messi as well in Paris. However, Manchester City are believed to lead the race to sign the Argentine legend.

Manchester United are now trying to bring Ronaldo back to Old Trafford to play in front of the Stretford End one last time. Ronaldo might be looking forward to this as well after 2 disappointing seasons with the Bianconeri.

If Manchester United can bring Ronaldo and Manchester City can land Messi. Then it will be a great spectacle for Premier League and the football fans as well who can witness the rivalry of Ronaldo and Messi yet again.

The 36-year-old Portuguese forward has a contract with Juventus until June 2022. So, if the Bianconeri want to get any transfer fee they might have to sell their star this summer. 

Will Ronaldo leave Juventus and go to PSG or Manchester United?

Manchester United’s star midfielder Paul Pogba is looking to find life out of Old Trafford, and Juventus want him in Turin. According to reports, Manchester United and Juventus might consider the swap deal between Ronaldo and Pogba this summer as they both have only one year left on their contract. 

The Parisians are trying to make a galactico forward line of Kylian Mbappe, Neymar and if they can bring Ronaldo then it will become the best front three in the world. They will have to pay around €50-60 million if they want to buy Ronaldo this summer. Signing Ronaldo or Messi will also ensure Mbappe and Neymar staying in Ligue 1 longer.

Juventus decided to rebuild their squad next summer. So, the Old Lady of Turin are trying to sell a few underperforming stars to fund the transfer budget. However, Juventus have said that they don’t want to sell Ronaldo this summer.

So, the Portuguese forward may see out his contract with Juventus and he will leave Juventus for free next summer. That is if he doesn’t sign a new contract. 

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