€1-billion release clause of Ronaldo – PSG might not be able to match this price tag
It is basic information that Cristiano Ronaldo is among the world’s finest ever players. Of his matching part, just Lionel Messi approaches. The Real Madrid forward expense £80-million pounds when he left Manchester United in 2009, and from that point forward has gone from quality to quality. He has scored more than a goal a match for Spanish capital side, having netted 313 times in 302 games for them, and is shaking for the position with Messi on the untouched Champions League scoring graphs. As he scored 17 goals in a single champions league season.
Presently, however, having hit the point of interest and ready seniority of 30-years of age, there could be one keep going, massive payday on the cards for the living legend. PSG trying to sign Cristiano Ronaldo, and Media reports suggest that Madrid rebuked a £87-million offer for him in the mid-year. Los Blanco’s president, Fiorentino Perez has gone above and beyond, however, issuing a notice to potential suitors: “If PSG wants to sign our star player, it’s straightforward, they need to pay the €1 billion release clause of Ronaldo.”
Fiorentino did yield that everyone either is replaced or resigns effectively, conceding that “nobody is a prophet in football”, however he did confirm of Ronaldo that “Real Madrid would prefer not to offer him in 2016, despite everything he has three years left on his agreement.”
Ronaldo has had a moderate start to the season by all accounts and is yet to get off the watermark for Real Madrid. On the other hand, he has not had an occasional count beneath 50 goals since his first season at the club, so the desire is that he will soon discover his scoring form.