Ronaldo at PSG with Messi: Khalifa Al Thani’s tweet upsets the market

(Twitter Khalifa Bin Hamad Al-Thani)

Ronaldo at PSG with Messi: the sheikh’s tweet upsets the transfer market

Ronaldo al Psg with Lionel Messi-Neymar (e Mbappè at Real Madrid): a market scenario that returns to being very hot after the Twitter post of Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani. Here are the latest news on the transfer market.

RONALDO AT PSG WITH MESSI: BROTHER AL THANI TWITTA ‘MAYBE?

Cristiano Ronaldo always at the center of the market. The Portuguese Juventus striker could go to play at Paris Saint Germain together with his eternal rival Lionel Messi who has landed on the banks of the Seine a few weeks ago. To be a possibility on the deal is none other than Khalifah Bin Hamad Al-Thani, brother of the Emir of Qatar, owner of the PSG, Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, who posted an image of the ‘flea’ and CR7 together with the shirt of the Parisian club and the comment “Maybe?”. He himself, always via social media, had anticipated the arrival of Messi in Paris.

A sensational tweet that reopens Ronaldo’s farewell rumors at Juventus and that displaces some (French) market operators who had indicated in the last hours another objective of the PSG (and therefore not CR7) as a purchase in the event of a farewell by Mbappè (who would move to Real Madrid).

LAPO ELKANN TO AL THANI “IRRESPECTIVE, CR7 IS FROM JUVENTUS”

“CR7 is a Juventus player. It is disrespectful to continue putting other shirts on him as if he were a card. If he changes team, wherever he goes, he will have respect as a man and as an athlete. Then he sees, said a Lord, that for football has been a passion for us. For generations “. This is Lapo Elkann’s tweet commenting on the photomontage with Cristiano Ronaldo alongside Lionel Messi with the Paris Saint Germain shirt and a “Maybe?” accompanying, posted by Khalifah Bin Hamad Al Thani, a member of the PSG owner family.

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