Juventus FC forward Cristiano Ronaldo is under contract until 2022, but the rumors of a departure are beginning to circulate. One club that could afford the wages that the Portugal international demands are Paris Saint-Germain.
RMC Sport analyst Eric Di Meco believes it would be a great decision if the capital club had the opportunity to bring in Ronaldo, even if it’s for one season, because of the work ethic he would install in the squad.
As the France National Team made preparations to face Ronaldo and Portugual, Les Bleus manager Didier Deschamps spoke to the media and answered a question over the possibility of the 35-year-old playing for PSG.
“Cristiano Ronaldo at PSG? Everything is possible. He is at a big club, Juve, who are very happy to have him. I’m not going to anticipate what he’s going to do or not. He has been at the top level for years. The player he is, what he has done, attracts attention,” Deschamps said.
“The club where Cristiano Ronaldo plays is still under scrutiny. If he wants to come to Paris, I don’t know, but he is one of the exceptional players who have continuity over the years at the highest level. He still wants to go for records. He’s a huge player.”
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