Cristiano Ronaldo could come to PSG in the future when the Qatar owners want this star to become the World Cup ambassador of 2022.
According to France Football, PSG is preparing to launch a revolution in the upcoming transfer market with the dream of bringing Cristiano Ronaldo.
This is partly reflected in the praise of PSG President, Nasser Al Khelaifi in an interview with France Football: “He (Ronaldo) always exceeds the limit, is an example for all athletes of future”.
The future here is understood as the 2022 World Cup in Doha, Qatar that they want CR7 to be the ambassador for the tournament.
To date, the ambassador selected to promote the World Cup in Qatar in 2022 is Neymar. The Brazilian striker came from Barcelona for 222 million euros in 2017 but PSG had to spend a total of more than 400 million, including the highest salary in the world of 36.8 million per year.
Neymar has no intention of staying with PSG for a long time and the Arabs can hardly stand the trouble he causes both on and off the pitch. In particular, the 28-year-old collection has discredited after efforts to return to Barca at any cost last summer.
Now, Neymar is allowed to free himself from his contract (expiring in 2021) by using Article 17 of FIFA. But that probably won’t be necessary because once the love between the two sides has ended long ago, the best solution is to break up.
At this point, Qatari people wonder who can replace Neymar to become ambassador for Qatar 2022? The only two names that really are of interest are Messi and Ronaldo. But a transfer of Messi from Barcelona has so far been ruled out because of the impossibility.
Therefore, the person that PSG needs is Ronaldo. He will become the perfect image of the professional level (in opposition to Neymar), physically intact and famous.
Juventus paid Real Madrid about 100 million transfer fees and a salary of 31 million euros for Ronaldo. At the age of 35, the Portuguese striker has a market value of about 70 million, too large figure in the context of being affected by COVID-19. But for PSG owners, this problem is easier to solve.