Cristiano Ronaldo is getting closer to moving to Paris Saint-Germain after his manager Jorge Mendes recently traveled to Italy to negotiate his departure from Juventus.
The future of Cristiano Ronaldo remains to be seen, as the 36-year-old striker is focused on defending the European champion title with Portugal.
There are many rumors about where the Portuguese could play from next year, but most reports suggest that PSG is among the most serious candidates for his approach.
According to Corriere dello Sport, Ronaldo’s manager, Jorge Mendes, will travel to Italy in the coming days to talk about the future of the striker.
Juventus want to keep Ronaldo but would not be disappointed if he left, because they would not be forced to pay him a hefty salary of 60 million euros a year.
It was thought that Ronaldo could return to Real Madrid, but the Spanish giant has ruled out the possibility of such an event.
PSG and Manchester United remain the only real opportunities for Ronaldo, as both clubs are ready to offer Juventus Mauro Icardi and Paul Pogba, respectively, for the Portuguese.