- Cristiano Ronaldo has refused to commit his future to Real Madrid
- The Portuguese thinks a move to PSG or Man Utd is a possibility
- The 32-year-old recently helped Real Madrid win the Champions League
- PSG, Man United, Chinese clubs are all interested in the forward
Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo has left the door open for a blockbuster move from Los Blancos to one of Europe's other giants or the Chinese Super League.
CR7 helped Los Blancos win a third Champions League title in four years last weekend before travelling to meet up with his Portuguese teammates on international duty.
Reports says Real are bracing themselves for offers of at least £156million for the superstar from those clubs who can afford it.
When initially asked about a possible move by a Deportes Cuatro reporter, Ronaldo initially laughed it off.
But when the reporter pushed the case, asking, “But is it possible?” Ronaldo's answer was potentially telling.
The Real Madrid star replied: “Nothing is impossible.”
Despite Ronaldo having only penned a new contract in the Spanish capital until 2021 in November, the Portuguese has a number of suitors chief among them- including Paris Saint-Germain, Manchester United and sides in China.
Ronaldo has already made clear he's uninterested in uprooting to China with Mendes declaring such a move "impossible" back in December.
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