Cristiano Ronaldo At PSG? Nasser Al Khelaifi Can Make It Happen

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France / 05/18/2020 22:20:52

During an interview with France Football magazine, PSG President Nasser al Khelaifi has sent a small wink to Cristiano Ronaldo who has pleasantly surprised him by his will that has kept him as one of the best soccer players in the world for the last decade.


The Qatari businessman was chosen by the French magazine as the most influential character in the world of soccer from a list of 50 people and for this reason he interviewed him on various topics, including his opinion on the Portuguese striker.

“He has no limits, I admire his relentless will. Year after year, he shows a unique determination. He always has the desire to improve every day. His generosity outside the field is not fully recognized,” he said.

On the other hand, he was also questioned about the signings that have passed through the club such as David Beckham or Zlatan Ibrahimovic. On the English Beckham highlighted his great contribution in less than 10 games played in 2012-13.

“One of the best role models for any young boy or girl who aspires to become a professional athlete,” he said.

PSG President Al-Khelaifi on Cristiano: “Year after year, Cristiano Ronaldo shows a unique determination, an extraordinary strength of character. He continues to be motivated by this desire to improve every day and always goes beyond his limits. He is a great role model. ”

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“Although he was short, he helped a lot in the transformation of the club. His determination for success, his taste for teamwork, his desire to get involved in training and in all the details of the club,” he said.

Other influential characters chosen by France Football

In addition to the Qatari businessman, other influential and powerful characters in the world of soccer are Ronaldo himself, who in addition to being the top scorer in the history of Real Madrid, is currently looking for the scudetto in Serie A.

Like Ronaldo, on the list is Gianni Infantino, the president of FIFA, who is promoting a great change in the final phase of the World Cup to play with 48 teams in three venues (including Mexico) for the first time in the history.