Real Madrid president Florentino Perez is reportedly not closing the door on potential talks over re-signing Cristiano Ronaldo from Manchester United this summer
The Portugal international is a Madrid icon, having established himself as possibly the club’s best ever player during a remarkable nine-year stay at the Bernabeu, during which he scored 450 goals in 438 games.
Ronaldo’s remarkable play in Madrid also helped Los Blancos win the Champions League four times during his tenure there, and he might potentially be in line for a second stint there.
According to El Nacional, the 37-year-old believes he may not be in Ralf Rangnick’s plans at Old Trafford and wants his agent Jorge Mendes to secure a return to Madrid.
PSG might also be a possibility for Ronaldo, according to the report, but only if Lionel Messi decides to leave the Parc des Princes.
Real already has huge ambitions, with El Nacional tying them to PSG star Kyli Mbappe, but it appears that club president Perez would not rule out negotiating Ronaldo’s return.
Man United supporters may be sad that Ronaldo’s second stint at Old Trafford will be limited to a single season, but given his age, it may make sense for the Red Devils to hunt for a younger offensive player to replace him.
It would be thrilling to see Ronaldo return to the Bernabeu, where he clearly spent the finest years of his illustrious career.