Why has Laurent Blanc refused to reveal what Cristiano Ronaldo said to him?
Paris Saint-Germain head coach Laurent Blanc has declined to disclose what Real Madrid’s Cristiano Ronaldo said to him toward the end of their Champions League tie on Tuesday. Ronaldo, 30, tried searching out Blanc straightforwardly after the full-time whistle blew in Real Madrid’s 1-0 win over the French side at the Bernabeu. The Portugal leader was seen grinning and whispering something in Blanc’s ear, an activity that has set tongues wagging in France given that Ronaldo has been unequivocally connected with a move to PSG.
In any case, talking after the match, Blanc would just affirm that what Cristiano Ronaldo said to him was decent to listen. “Ronaldo let me know certain things, yes,” the PSG supervisor told a news meeting. “Be that as it may, as you may suspect, I won’t say what it was. It was exceptionally complimentary at any rate. I won’t say any more in regards to it.”
In front of Tuesday’s experience, Ronaldo had recommended that he could leave Real Madrid before the end of his present contract, which keeps running until 2018. PSG chief Thiago Silva said a week ago that he trusted the French champions could strike an arrangement to sign the three-time Ballon d’Or victor next summer. Yet, Ronaldo’s companion Jose Semedo said that the ex-Sporting Lisbon player needed to end his profession in England. His present contract at Madrid terminates in 2018, yet he has been generally connected with a potential move before then to PSG or previous club Manchester United. In any case, such an execution is an irregularity for Ronaldo and the three-time Ballon d’Or victor undeniably remains the most critical player in Rafael Benitez’s side.
The La Liga goliaths won’t have any desire to see Ronaldo leave before 2018 at the most punctual, yet the forward may be anxious for a test somewhere else as he enters the last years of his profession. Since doing the change to the Bernabeu from United in 2009 for £80 million, Ronaldo has won a La Liga title, another champion League crown and softened Raul’s Real scoring record up a staggeringly short space of time. He may well be pulled in by the opportunity to wind up a PSG legend – his expansion at the Parc des Princes would make them honest to goodness contenders for the Champions League while the French club positively has the cash to bait him far from Madrid.