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Paris Saint-Germain plans to join Messi and Ronaldo to associate with Neymar

French Paris Saint-Germain is preparing a huge offer to try to persuade Barcelona's Lionel Messi and Juventus striker Cristiano Ronaldo to join them to be next to St Germain's Neymar da Silva.

The Spanish "Quattro" network confirmed that the Portuguese star Cristiano Ronaldo will not continue with Juventus, and his next destination is between returning to Manchester United or signing for Paris Saint-Germain.

The network indicated that St. Germain's move comes after Ronaldo realized that he had no choice to return to Real Madrid, as was his main wish, and therefore moving to the ranks of Paris Saint-Germain is the most appropriate for him due to the presence of a sports project and a global position.

The network added that Saint-Germain wants to form a team that does not fail in the Champions League and includes an ideal squad that is consistent with Qatar hosting the 2022 World Cup, an event in which the rear plays a major role, as he prepares with huge money to break the prices of players next summer.

The network continued, and Ronaldo's offer has not yet been launched, but Messi's offer is already in place, as Saint-Germain offered him a two-year contract with a third-year optional with a huge salary.

The network stressed that Saint-Germain would not agree to return Neymar to Barcelona, ​​due to the tense relationship between the two clubs in the recent period.

Paris Saint-Germain officials are aware that young striker Kylian Mbappe will continue to refuse to renew his contract regardless of the club's serious attempts to do so, as the French striker has already rejected four offers to extend his relationship with Paris Saint-Germain due to his desire to play for Real Madrid.

Paris Saint-Germain intends to open the door for Mbappe to leave this summer, realizing that the striker is able to withstand the pressure until June 2022 to leave for free, and when Mbappe is sold to Real Madrid, for this amount, Ronaldo will be contracted.