French giants Paris Saint Germain are planning to make €125 million bid for Real Madrid superstar Cristiano Ronaldo, as per Marca.
The Portuguese attacker was once linked with a move back to Manchester United in the winter window but it remained on the papers.
The Spanish media Marca reported that PSG are taking keen interest in him as they are planning to make the most of Real Madrid's worst season. The Los Blancos failed to win any of the trophy this term.
The 30-year-old wants to stay in Madrid but the reports claim that club president Florentino Perez might sell him.
Ronaldo is only 13 goals away from breaking the record of Raul, he is likely to stay to beat that record. Perez believes that he still has two years to play top football but has not confirmed his stay.
PSG owner Al Khelaifi is keen to land the former Manchester United star despite of knowing his ego problem. The three times Ballon d’Or winner will cost around €300million including the wages and bonuses.
While Gareth Bale is also linked with a move, however the Spanish giants have no plans to sell him. Bale was linked with Chelsea and United in the winter window but will stay at Santiago Bernabeu in the summer.
Columnist: Simon Oates