PSG wants Cristiano Ronaldo at any Cost
PSG seeing Mad to Pay World-Record Fee for Cristiano Ronaldo. As Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s Paris Saint-Germain contract lapsing next summer and the Swede unlikely to stay in the French capital past the end of this season, the Ligue 1 champions are presently recognizing the 33-year-old’s successor. Ibrahimovic is very nearly equaling Les Parisiens’ all-time scoring record of 109 goals, set by fabulous Portuguese striker Pauleta. Considering Ibrahimovic’s history of discovering the net’s back, don’t put it past him to end the tension with a goal or two in the following few matches. Once done, besides driving PSG to Champions League eminence, there will be minimal left for the talismanic striker to accomplish in Paris.
Another attacking player working for breaking records is Real Madrid’s Cristiano Ronaldo, who, unexpectedly, will be a Group A rival for Les Parisiens in the following couple of months when the two clubs meet on European football’s most prestigious stage. The Portugal international is bearing his slightest productive start to a season in five years in the wake of neglecting to score in a 0-0 attract at home to Malaga CF, importance he has scored in only one of his six La Liga games as such. Claims that the Portuguese is in an emergency are wide of the imprint, it appears.
Be that as it may, theory keeps on connecting the Real man with a move far from Santiago Bernabeu, and PSG are obviously one of the clubs quickest to secure the previous Manchester United star. At 30 years of age, Cristiano is the as yet scoring goal and seemingly has time for one final enormous cash move in his profession. With those late goals against Espanyol, Ronaldo surpassed all-time top striker Raul as Real’s unsurpassed top scorer in La Liga and is currently only two or three goals short of equaling the Spaniard’s club record of 323 over all rivalries. Hence, another test with one of Europe’s rising superpowers from next summer may speak to Ronaldo.
Considering his age and the generally short space of time it has taken him to consume the ground in the middle of himself and Raul in the record-breaking scoring outlines, there is a decent risk that if Cristiano marked for PSG, he would break the new record Ibrahimovic will most likely set at Parc des Princes. In the event that he made the move, Cristiano would apparently overwhelm Ibrahimovic as PSG’s untouched top scorer and conceivably even lead the team to mainland eminence. Yet relatively, it is unbelievable he would turn out to be the most prominent deal in the long haul.