Juventus are planning a “world record £ 360 million move” for PSG’s forward Kylian Mbabane – they could send Cristiano Ronaldo another way.
The pair shared the pitch in Portugal’s Nations League clash with France last weekend, which was recognized as one of the two best players in the world.
The 21-year-old was inspired by Ronaldo, who jumped out of Monaco in the 2016/17 season.
He became the first teenage player to score in a World Cup final since Pel in the 2018 tournament, scoring 92 goals in 127 games for PSG.
In this success he has been associated with teams such as Premier League champions Liverpool and big-spending Real Madrid.
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But the Italian out toilet Tatosport It was reported that Juventus could try and move on when throwing a sensational extra.
The Old Lady Mbabane is set to spend $ 360 million, which is $ 160 million more than the French team to bring Neymar from Barcelona to the club.
Their pay bill could not include Ronaldo or the Frenchman currently living there $ 360,000 per week.
The Serie A Side Throw can see the Ballon d’Or winner five times as part of any transaction for a 21-year-old.
Ronaldo has previously been linked with a move to PSG since agent George Mendis “negotiated” during last season’s Champions League runners-up summer.
The Portuguese superstar arrived at the Alliance Stadium from Real Madrid in 2018 with 68 goals from 91 matches.
If the Old Lady makes a move, they will have to fight the desire to go to Madrid after the Frenchman’s latest comments.
With just 12 months left for the Frenchman to sign a contract, Juventus could save a lot of money on embezzlement if they have to wait a year for a move.
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