Paris Saint-Germain have absolutely stunned the whole footballing world in the ongoing transfer window, having secured five big signings this summer. The French giants bought Georginio Wijnaldum, Achraf Hakimi, Sergio Ramos, Gianluigi Donnarumma and capped off a brilliant window by sensationally securing the services of former Barcelona player - Lionel Messi.
As it stands, the club is eyeing to fulfill the life-long wish of all the fans across the globe. Yes, Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo playing together could be a reality very soon! Although it's very hard to believe, there is a lot of logic behind this move for all the parties involved, considering the current market conditions in the world of football.
How can Ronaldo-Messi-Neymar trio become a reality?
Kylian Mbappe's contract with PSG is set to expire at the end of 2021-22 season. The 22-year-old has no plans of renewing his contract with the French club as he wishes to join Real Madrid as a free agent next year. PSG's owner Nasser Al-Khelaïfi is well aware about the same and he has reportedly also identified the perfect replacement for Mbappe in the form of Cristiano Ronaldo.
Interestingly, Ronaldo's contract at Juventus is also expiring at the end of next season and the Portuguese superstar also has no plans of renewing the same. This would make CR7 a free agent, generating interest from clubs across the globe. However, only a few teams would be able to give a lucrative deal to Ronaldo and PSG reportedly have a plan in place to give Ronaldo an offer he won't be able to refuse.
PSG want to replace Mbappe with Ronaldo
The French giants are one of the richest clubs in world football right now, which allows them to pay the outrageous salaries to their players. Lionel Messi has joined the club on a deal worth €35 million per year. Kylian Mbappe is currently on a contract of around €25 million per year.
As the forward leaves the club, PSG will have quite a lot of funds free to offer Cristiano Ronaldo a contract similar to that of Lionel Messi. Ronaldo, who currently earns around €31 million per year at Juventus will have no problems in signing a €35 million per year contract at PSG, which will seal the deal.