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Cristiano Ronaldo link up with Lionel Messi at PSG Could be a possibility {Opinion}


This summer, Paris Saint-Germain might be a great place for Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi to play together.

The 37-year-old shockingly submitted a transfer request to the Manchester United board after just one season back at Old Trafford and on Monday declined to participate in pre-season practice due to "personal concerns." Ronaldo's demand is thought to be motivated by his unyielding desire to play in Champions League matches and fight for top honors, and PSG may be able to meet that need.

Ronaldo would leap at the chance to play in Ligue 1, a competition he has never taken part in, and support Les Parisiens in their quest to finally win the Champions League, if given the chance.

In the previous summer, PSG stole Lionel Messi from Barcelona in a deal devoid of any records and presented him with a two-year, record-breaking contract offer. Mauricio Pochettino lost his position as manager of Ligue 1 Giant as a result of Messi's association with Neymar and Mbappe while they were playing for Barcelona during Ronaldo's tenure at Real Madrid. They were unable to go past the first knockout round of the Champions League. Despite being ousted by eventual champions Real Madrid in the Round of 16 by a score of 3-2 on aggregate, PSG is growing more eager to finally hold Europe's most coveted trophy 11 years after their Qatari-funded purchase.

The Parc des Princes team automatically disqualified themselves from consideration to sign Ronaldo when he decided to leave Juventus a year ago. The club president at the time, Nasser Al-Khelaifi, said, "We haven't even thought about it," when asked if the Portuguese superstar may follow Messi to Paris. This occurred in the summer. It is unclear how they will manage to adhere to UEFA's Financial Fair Play rules, especially after offering Mbappe a brand-new, substantial contract.

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