Next summer, Cristiano Ronaldo could be set for a stunning move to PSG if Juventus decide to put their star man up for sale.
The 35-year-old is currently on £28m-a-year in Turin, five times more than his highest-paid team-mate Paulo Dybala, since joining the Serie A champions from Real Madrid in 2018 and Juve are reportedly keen to get Ronaldo’s wages off their books.
PSG sporting director Leonardo refused to dismiss a move out of hand, instead noting “something unforeseen can happen,” when asked about Ronaldo’s potential availability.
“Today in football we do not know what will happen,” he told.
“Maybe tomorrow Cristiano Ronaldo wakes up and says I want to go play elsewhere.”
“Who can buy him? It’s a closed circle. PSG enters this circle. Usually, it is about opportunities, situations.”
“The transfer window, we have to prepare for it and that’s what we do. We have our priorities, our lists, but something unforeseen can happen.”
Despite the coronavirus crisis forcing Europe’s top clubs to scale back amid financial problems, Leonardo insisted the Ligue 1 champions still have the ‘capacity’ to plan ahead.