Real Madrid president, Florentino Perez has revealed that French champions, PSG could sign Cristiano Ronaldo if they offered as much as the €1 billion inserted in his release clause.
PSG reportedly made enquiries about the Portuguese winger during the 2015 summer transfer window but they attempt to sign the current world footballer of the year were rebuffed.
Perez has finally put rumors to rest by claiming the Qatar Sports Investments owned team could sign Ronaldo if his buyout clause is met.
Goal.com quotes Perez telling Cadena COPE:“If PSG want Ronaldo, it’s easy: they have to pay the release clause: €1 billion. No-one is a prophet in football but we don’t want to sell him in 2016. There are still three years left on his contract.”
Perez has also insisted that Madrid would not chase a deal for David De Gea in the January transfer window after the transfer deadline day fracas.
He said:“We will certainly not sign De Gea in January. Madrid did its job as best it could. We did not get there on time because Manchester does not have the necessary experience to tackle these things on the last day, as happened last year with Coentrao.”