CRISTIANO RONALDO’S agent Jorge Mendes has reportedly been spotted landing in Paris amid transfer links with Manchester City.
The Express claims Mendes spent Thursday morning locked in crunch talks with Juventus chiefs over a possible Etihad switch for Ronaldo.
It’s said the former Manchester United and Real Madrid superstar has already agreed personal terms with Pep Guardiola’s champions.
But while City want to sign Ronaldo on a free transfer, Juventus are reportedly holding out for a fee of around £25million.
However, following his talks in Turin, Mendes was then apparently seen arriving in Paris.
Ronaldo has also been linked with Paris Saint-Germain this summer, despite their high-profile capture of Lionel Messi from Barcelona.
PSG’s star man Kylian Mbappe is wanted by Real Madrid this summer.
And the forward himself has made no secret of his desire to swap France for Spain.
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Mendes’ presence in Paris may suggest he is seeing whether PSG are willing to pay a fee to sign Ronaldo, should they lose Mbappe.
But with just days left in the transfer window, time is running out for Ronnie to secure a new club.
Man City had been hoping to sign Tottenham striker Harry Kane this summer.
However, Daniel Levy refused to entertain talks for less than £150m, forcing City to pull the plug.
And after Kane declared he would be staying at Spurs for another season, the champions have now turned their sights on Ronaldo.
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A move to the Etihad would be highly controversial for the Portugal legend considering his links with rivals United.
Ronaldo went from an unknown to a Ballon d’Or, Champions League and three-time Premier League winner under Sir Alex Ferguson.
And despite leaving Old Trafford 12 years ago for Real Madrid, a move to the Etihad could provoke a backlash from United supporters.
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