Paris Saint-Germain is the newest team to have offered Cristiano Ronaldo‘s services as he continues to try to leave Manchester United this summer. Ronaldo’s two-year contract with United will be up for renewal, and a dream team-up with Lionel Messi may be in the works.
Le Parisien claims that Jorge Mendes has made a Ronaldo offer to PSG in order to help his client obtain Champions League football for the forthcoming season. The Ligue 1 champions, who claim they have no room for him at the moment, have shut the door on a potential transfer.
With Messi, Neymar, and Kylian Mbappe within their ranks, PSG splash almost £3.5million weekly on the stellar attacking trio alone. So it comes as no surprise the Parc des Princes giants are hesitant to make an approach for Ronaldo, with other high earners like Sergio Ramos and Gianluigi Donnarumma also among Christophe Galtier’s squad.
Mendes has also held talks with Bayern Munich and Chelsea in an attempt to find Ronaldo a way out of Old Trafford after a torrid 2021/22 campaign under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Ralf Rangnick. Even Erik ten Hag‘s arrival and the revitalization it offers doesn’t seem to have persuaded the 37-year-old striker to stick around.
United has strongly maintained its stance on Ronaldo’s future since his intentions to depart first came to light. The Red Devils consider him not for sale, and he is thought to play a pivotal role in Ten Hag’s plans ahead of his first season as manager.