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In France go back to plant to Cristiano Ronaldo in the PSG

Published:10/05/2016 - 12:05h

Updated:10/05/2016 - 12:05h

The big star of the Real Madrid, Cristiano Ronaldo, would be the objective number one of Paris Saint-Germain of face to the next season, being the desirous Parisian club to continue reinforcing with stars consecrated

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As it has published in the last hours "France Football", when seeming Paris Saint-Germain already would have very very clear-cut which will be his main aims this next summer, of face to the season 2016-17 and with the will to struggle once and for all for conquering the title of Champions League, the obsession of the sheik Nasser To the-Khelaifi.

Everything seems to indicate that the PSG will repeat this season the domestic titles of Tie 1 and Glass of France, but this is not sufficient for a club with similar budget, able to carry each summer to big stars. By this reason, the quoted half ensures that Cristiano Ronaldo would be in head in the list of possible signings of face to the next campaign.

The "crack" luso of the Real Madrid has gone back to sign a big season, but to his 31 years already is in full decline futbolístico, and the physicist every time holds him less in the last stretches of season. All this could do that Florentino Pérez posed his sale with the aim to amortise the 96 millions that a day paid to the Manchester United, and with which could fichar to one or two world-wide stars more than achieve to cover the gap left by Cristiano Ronaldo in the staff.

Regarding the rest of aims of the PSG, speaks in the quoted information of Lassana Diarra to reinforce the centre of the field, and of the "Cholo" Simeone like technical future, although this already is less likely. Leonardo, besides, would be winning whole to return to the sportive direction. Jan Oblak, of the Athletic, likes besides to the French to leave very covered the goal. 

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