PSG one of 'four or five' clubs who could sign Ronaldo

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Paris Saint-Germain director Leonardo believes the nouveau-riche French club are one of 'four or five' clubs with the profile to sign Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo, who has also been linked with Manchester United.

Ronaldo's future with Real Madrid has been the subject of intense speculation this season following the revelation of his unhappiness at the Santiago Bernabeu earlier in the campaign.

A return to Manchester United has been touted as a summer transfer window possibility, while Sir Alex Ferguson has publicly stated that he would love to have Ronaldo back at Old Trafford.

However, should Manchester United make a move for Ronaldo, they are likely to have to contend with the financial power of PSG - who demonstrated their clout with the acquisition of Zlatan Ibrahimovic in the last transfer window.

PSG have consistently been linked with a swoop for Ronaldo, along with current Real Madrid manager Jose Mourinho, and Leonardo will not rule out the possibility of the Portugal captain moving to the Parc des Princes.

And, says the former AC Milan boss, PSG are one of only a handful of clubs capable of securing a deal for Ronaldo.

"Cristiano Ronaldo? Paris Saint-Germain have become a club where anything is possible," Leonardo told L'Equipe.

"However, he still has an ongoing contract with Real Madrid and we have to realise that he will not leave Madrid for just any club.

"When we are discussing a possible transfer for a player like Cristiano Ronaldo, there are only four or five clubs that can be taken into consideration. Paris Saint-Germain are one of those clubs ..."

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