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Ronaldo linked with PSG, if Mbappe makes Real Madrid roaster

Real Madrid have been tipped to sign Erling Haaland instead of Kylian Mbappe this summer.

Los Blancos have been heavily linked with two of the world’s best young forwards.

Reports have claimed Paris Saint-German will target a move for Cristiano Ronaldo if Mbappe agrees to join Real Madrid.

However, former Los Blancos president Ramon Calderon reckons the LaLiga giants will prioritise signing Haaland, who has scored 34 goals in 38 Bundesliga matches.

He told talkSPORT: “In my experience, top players go where they want to. They see it’s the best opportunity they have.

“It’s always five or six clubs willing to pay what they deserve. But it’s not about the money. It’s a matter of the attraction of the club for the player.

“He knows our history quite well, he knows what we’ve done, how many titles we’ve won and the opportunity that he will have to increase his popularity, his football, his career.

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“I don’t need to say that. He knows what Real Madrid means for any player in the world.”

Meanwhile, Trevor Sinclair insists Haaland would make Man City unstoppable.

City look set to be in the market for a striker with Sergio Aguero’s 10-year spell coming to an end at the end of the season.


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Former City midfielder Sinclair told talkSPORT: “Whichever club gets him will literally clean up.

“That’s my opinion. You looked at Haaland against Ruben Dias, he’s playing against a man in his pomp and he just shoved him to the ground.

“He just couldn’t get his feet sorted to dink it over Ederson. He’s got everything and I’ve always thought Manchester City missed Edin Dzeko since he’s left.

“That alternative striker, 6ft-plus, you can use him as a focal point to get out if you have a committed press against a Liverpool, who press really well.

“They’ve never had that since then and Haaland would be the perfect player for Manchester City.”

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