Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi could ‘seriously’ complete PSG transfer to join Neymar

Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi could end up joining Neymar at Paris Saint-Germain as their futures are up in the air, according to the Brazilian’s agent Wagner Ribeiro.

PSG have been long-term admirers of Ronaldo and have tried to take him to the French capital on numerous occasions.

With Juventus falling at the Champions League quarter-finals, the 35-year-old is thought to be weighing up his future.

The same is happening with Messi at Barcelona after their 8-2 humiliation at the hands of Bayern Munich last week.

The Argentine one-club star is deliberating whether to leave the sinking ship to finish his career with a new project.

To have Ronaldo and Messi, who share 11 Ballon d’Ors between them, on the same side would be one of the strongest attack’s of all time.

And to add Neymar into the mix would be completely unthinkable – but not to the PSG winger’s agent.

Neymar has been linked with a return to Barcelona to help solve their crisis but it seems the 28-year-old has finally settled in Paris.

“There was a time when he was sad because of his injuries,” Ribeiro told Placar.

“At that time he was prone to leave, to return to Barcelona or go to Real Madrid. Not today, you can see his joy.

“Neymar is happy and I think he’ll stay at PSG for at least two more years.

“Today, without a doubt, it’s easier for Messi to go to PSG than for Neymar to return to Barcelona.

“Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo. I’m serious, you can’t doubt Qatar’s economic power.”

Neymar has helped PSG reach the Champions League final where they take on Bayern on Sunday night.

When the Ligue 1 side broke the world record transfer fee to capture the attacker from Barcelona they hoped he would lead them to European glory.

And now Neymar will attempt to fulfil his target. “I have gained a lot of experience over these three years,” Neymar said.

“There were times of joy and some more complicated ones, especially when I couldn’t play due to injuries.

“With the help of my team-mates, I was able to overcome them and focus on what really matters to everyone, which is our performances on the pitch which translated into titles.

“Our supporters, the club and all fans can appreciate the performance of our team in any match.

“I think I am having my best time in Paris today. We are a family that shares this great goal that we have before us.

“We want to mark this season with the Champions League. We are going to fight for this, because we have never been so close.”