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Report: European giant keeps trails on Cristiano Ronaldo

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According to an explosive report from L’Equipe, a major European giant is still keeping trails on Cristiano Ronaldo for a possible transfer. 

Cristiano Ronaldo is still one of the most coveted players by European giants despite his veteran status in football. The Juventus star keeps himself in check at all times and he doesn’t’ seem like he is going to retire any time soon. Staying at the Italian giants for the last three seasons gave him the chance to make history by winning the Italian Serie A.

However, his biggest objective of winning the UEFA Champions League still hasn’t been fulfilled. There is still no certainty that with the current squad he has, Ronaldo can finally reach Paco Gento as the player with the most titles in football history (6). In order to find that sixth trophy, Ronaldo might have to start looking for a new club where he can compete.

There have been many possible suitors in recent years, but one of them was just discovered by agent Jorge Mendes. One of Europe’s most powerful clubs is plotting to take Cristiano Ronaldo out of Italy and make them their franchise player. 

PSG is coming after Cristiano Ronaldo. 

The French giants are starting to give up on the idea of keeping Kylian Mbappe, the next best player on their list is one of two choices. Either they manage to convince Lionel Messi to join them after leaving Barcelona, or they lure Cristiano Ronaldo to the club.

Either of both options are great for the French squad. Before they make any moves on any player, they have to sell Kylian Mbappe to the highest bidder in order to afford their salary. L’Equipe just released an explosive report in which Jorge Mendes himself confirms he offered Cristiano to the club from the French capital.

It all happened during the summer transfer window but the deal couldn’t come to fruition because Mbappe isn’t leaving yet. The report suggests that PSG will go after the Juventus star after they get rid of one of their biggest stars.