Jorge Mendes has 'reached a verbal agreement' that would allow Paris Saint-Germain to buy Cristiano Ronaldo this summer - should he leave the Bernabeu.
The Portuguese superstar has long been linked with a move to the French capital, and flirted outrageously with PSG's Qatari president Nasser El-Khelaifi last autumn when the two sides were meeting in the Champions League.
As recently as last month there were reports that not only had Ronaldo flown to Paris for talks with the Ligue 1 club, but that there had been multiple meetings and that Ronaldo was preparing for life away from Madrid.
Le Parisien are now claiming that Jorge Mendes, Ronaldo's agent, has reached a verbal agreement with the club for a transfer. However, this is only valid in the case of his departure from Spain, which is by no means certain.
With Real Madrid in the Champions League final, the player and his entourage are refusing to respond to any questions over his future for risk of uncomfortably diverting the story away from events in Milan.
It was understands that Mendes is keen to seal his most valuable client one last big European move this summer and promised him to PSG some time ago.
Ronaldo, however, is now willing to remain in Madrid and would be happy to extend his deal by a further two years from 2018 to 2020.