Cristiano Ronaldo and Real Madrid are looking to part ways in the next transfer window, according to Spanish football expert Guillem Balague.
The Portuguese's late goal for Los Blancos on the weekend secured a 2-1 win against FC Barcelona in El Clasico, and, as is the case every year, he is once again being linked with an exit from Madrid.
Ronaldo is now reaching the point in his career where his value is starting to diminish, and Balague believes an offer of €60 million (R1.02 billion) will be enough to secure his signature.
"I've been saying all season both Ronaldo and Real Madrid have been, in different ways, looking for a way out this summer," the Spaniard told Sky Sports.
"The problem at the moment is no one seems able to pay all the money that Ronaldo incurs, meaning about £48 million (R1.02 billion) that Madrid may want plus the wages, which will be £16 million to £20 million (R340 million to R426 million) net.
"We will have to keep an eye on that because PSG certainly think that they will show some interest. They are after Neymar as well but it will be more difficult to convince Neymar than it will be to convince Ronaldo."
Manchester United and PSG have both shown interest in the forward, although recent reports suggest the French side have the upper hand on the English giants.
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