The tongue-in-cheek two-minute clip shows Ronaldo in a press conference, which was actually recorded last year, announcing his desire to quit Real Madrid because of the riches PSG have to offer and his dislike of new head coach Rafael Benitez.
Remember: it’s only a bit of fun - don’t take it seriously. To watch the spoof video, scroll down this page and click on the embedded YouTube video.
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DISCLAIMER: The following footage does NOT feature real quotes from Cristiano Ronaldo. It’s a spoof video.
In the video, Ronaldo claims that Real Madrid’s decision to go from Carlo Ancelotti to Benitez is like going from Irina Shayk to Susan Boyle, while he also says he could unveil a new brand of ‘Condoms by CR7’.
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Something in the Ronaldo - PSG rumours?
While the video is certainly amusing, there has been real speculation in recent weeks involving Ronaldo and a potential move to the French champions.
It was reported earlier this month that PSG were weighing up a shock bid for the three-time Ballon d’Or winner after UEFA lifted their Financial Fair Play restrictions.
Before that it was reported by the Mirror that PSG want Ronaldo to replace the ageing Zlatan Ibrahimovic at the Parc des Princes.
France Football, a fortnight ago, even went as far as to claim Real Madrid president Florentino Perez had visited Qatar to discuss a potential transfer for Ronaldo with PSG officials.
Ronaldo should have won more with Real Madrid
It seems crazy that Real Madrid would consider selling a player who has scored over 50 goals in all competitions in each of his previous five seasons with the Spanish giants.
Ronaldo is a goal machine and one of the best footballers of all time. Replacing him will prove impossible.
However, there are some who feel that Real Madrid could be more successful without the Portugal captain.
Although Ronaldo’s individual stats are incredible since arriving at the Bernabeu in 2009, his trophy haul is less impressive.
Ronaldo has won just one La Liga title since joining Real Madrid six years ago. He has also won the Champions League the same number of times with his current employers, as well as the UEFA Super Cup, the FIFA Club World Cup and two Copa del Rey winners’ medals.
Would Real Madrid have been more successful over the past six years without Cristiano Ronaldo? Should Real Madrid sell him to Paris Saint-Germain this summer? Have your say in the comments below!