The future of Manchester United superstar forward Cristiano Ronaldo continues to be up in the air, with the Red Devils failing to put up strong-enough performances on the pitch that would bring them close to winning trophies. Ronaldo left Italian Serie A giants Juventus last summer and re-joined United after several years away from Old Trafford and one of the reasons he chose to return to the club was to help them challenge for trophies. However, the situation has been quite different from what the club would want, as they have failed to impress this season and also stand the risk of missing out on the top four at the end of the season as well.
Following the series of struggles United have had this season, reports have re-emerged and are now claiming that Ronaldo could still sign for PSG after all. Those reports are suggesting that the French club are more than prepared and willing to offer Ronaldo a 12-month contract to sign for then and play in the Ligue 1 but for a couple of reasons, the transfer does not look like it is going to happen.
First of, PSG are already stocked in attack and bringing Ronaldo in would mean that manager Mauricio Pochettino would have more headaches trying to figure out his starting eleven.