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Cristiano Ronaldo transfer would not surprise ex-PSG star

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Ex-Manchester United star Cristiano Ronaldo could still feasibly arrive at Paris Saint-Germain next summer, despite committing his future to Real Madrid, at least that's the opinion of the club's former striker Safet Susic.

Ronaldo was frequently linked with a transfer away from the Santiago Bernabeu, but put pen to paper on a lucrative new contract last month to dispel any doubts about his future with Real Madrid.

Manchester United was touted as potential destination for for Ronaldo, but a transfer to Old Trafford never came to fruition for the Portugal captain.

Along with Manchester United, PSG had been credited with interest in the 28-year-old, but neither club were able to capture his signature, with Madrid winning the battle to keep their key player.

PSG, though, have something of a habit of pulling off unexpected transfers and, given the vast reserves available, Susic would not be surprised if Ronaldo moved to the Parc des Princes in the summer transfer window of next year.

"There is not a great player who is not interested in Paris right now," the Bosnia and Herzegovina told Le10Sport.

"The club has so many ways it can attract anyone. I would also not be surprised if Cristiano Ronaldo or a player of this calibre comes again next season."

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