Real Madrid president Perez set the transfer fee of Ronaldo
Real Madrid has warned PSG side that they would need to hack up €1 billion in the event in order to sign Cristiano Ronaldo. The Ligue 1 champions have long been connected with a move for the Portugal international, who has won the Ballon d’Or for as far back as two years, and there has been suggestion that they could make a boost for the following summer.
The Spanish titan’s President, Florentino Perez, has expressed that Madrid would just permit Ronaldo to leave for PSG in the event that they fork out €1 billion, which would meet the forward’s buyout clause.
“On the off chance that PSG want Ronaldo, it’s simple – they need to pay the discharge provision: €1 billion,” he told. “Nobody is a prophet in football, however, we would prefer not to offer him in 2016. There are still three years left on his agreement.“
In the meantime, Perez likewise had his say on the debate about Barcelona defender Gerard Pique, who was booed by some Spanish fans during a weekend ago’s Euro 2016 qualifier win over Slovakia in Oviedo.
“Now and again you commit an error yet it doesn’t appear to be correct that somebody gets booed in the stadium and unquestionably not one wearing a Spain shirt,” he included. “I feel awful for him.”
Nevertheless PSG owner, Nasser Al-Khelaifi, keen to replace Ibrahimovic out of agreement next June, and trace the new star in his team. What’s more, there will be perhaps not the same number of zeros on the check than trusted if the transfer happens. On the other hand, the transfer business sector will have lost all judgment skills. It’s mostly trusted Ronaldo will make a move to Major League Soccer in the US once his agreement at Madrid finishes in 2018.
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