Paris Saint-Germain is rumored to be interested in Manchester United's talisman Cristiano Ronaldo, but it's not clear for sure. Pochettino and the PSG board are reportedly preparing for the possibility that Kylian Mbappe could leave the club at the end of the season. Mbappe's contract in Paris is set to run out at season's end.
Because of Ralf Rangnick's love for developing young players, his arrival at Old Trafford could be a big moment in Ronaldo's professional career. If Ralf Rangnick does the same thing he did when he played for Salzburg and Leipzig, it's not clear how this will affect Ronaldo's time at Manchester United.
Ronaldo has been a big part of a lot of important goals since he came back to Manchester. On Thursday, he scored two goals against Arsenal, which helped him reach 800 career goals. This shows that the 36-year-old is still very much in the business of scoring goals.
Ralf Rangnick may not like Cristiano Ronaldo as much as he used to, and he may have to leave Manchester United in January. Ronaldo hates being on the bench and coming off the field during a game, no matter how old he is. Ronaldo may not be able to do what he wants because of Ralf Rangnick's system.
After years of competing against each other, Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi may finally meet for the first time. A deal between Paris Saint-Germain and Manchester United may happen. As a bonus, Kylian Mbappe has already said that he wants to leave Paris Saint-Germain and join Real Madrid. In the short term, PSG would be looking for a replacement for their best player. Ronaldo looks like the best choice.
It's a good bet that Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi will help Barcelona win their first Champions League title because they have so much experience in the game and have great stats, as well.
Ronaldo has scored in every Champions League group match this season, even though Manchester United hasn't done well in the English Premier League. This shows how versatile he is.
Most of Messi's goals for Paris Saint-Germain have come in the Champions League, which is where they have been played. This shows that both teams can play hard games, and their partnership could help Paris Saint-Germain win the Champions League.
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