PSG push for Cristiano Ronaldo transfer to replace Kylian Mbappe as star pair go head to head for Portugal and France

PARIS SAINT-GERMAIN will look to replace one world star for another as they make their move for Cristiano Ronaldo, according to reports.

The French giants are facing the increasing prospect of losing wonderkid Kylian Mbappe.

Mbappe, 22, is approaching the final year of his contract in Paris and has no intention of penning an extension.

Real Madrid appears the most likely destination having been long-term admirers of the rapid forward.

Reports in France even suggest Mbappe has told PSG chiefs he wants to quit this summer.

And the Ligue 1 club are already preparing for his departure by plotting a lucrative move for Juventus ace Ronaldo.

Corriere dello Sport write how PSG chiefs want to replace Mbappe with a fellow world star and Ronaldo is prepared to listen to offers.

It is believed Juventus are also ready to let their main man leave with the pandemic crippling their finances.

Ronaldo still has one-year left on his £540,000-a-week contract but the Old Lady are eager to get him off the wage bill.

The world will be watching in anticipation this evening as Mbappe and Ronaldo come up against each other on the biggest stage of all in France's clash with Portugal.


England will play the second-place team in their group in the Round of 16 that could also include Germany.

Although they'll be no love lost on the pitch, Mbappe has previously spoken of his admiration for 'idol' Ronaldo.

The French star even admitted to having posters of the Portugal hero on his wall growing up.

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