Khalifa Bin Hamad Al-Thani, who confirmed Lionel Messi’s move to PSG, has posted an image of Cristiano Ronaldo in a Paris Saint-Germain shirt with the word: ‘Maybe?’
A member of the Al-Thani ruling family who run the French club, as well as the Qatari state, his tweets have broken protocol throughout the summer with regards to the transfer market and Messi’s situation.
When he was a free agent and Barcelona announced his contract would not be renewed, Al-Thani regularly updated his Twitter account assuring a deal was done with the Argentina international.
Today there are reports Ronaldo wants to leave Juventus and the idea of joining PSG is still not entirely abandoned.
Now Al-Thani has fanned those flames by posting an image of Messi and Ronaldo standing side-by-side, both wearing Paris Saint-Germain jerseys.
“Maybe?” was the only caption, written in three different languages.
Inevitably, PSG are one of the only clubs who could afford Ronaldo’s €30m per season salary, but Juve must sell at €30m to avoid making a loss on the former Real Madrid star.
Peut-être ? pic.twitter.com/qHMIgHmYcV
— خلـــيفة بـــن حمـــد آلــ ثانــــــي (@khm_althani) August 24, 2021
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