Former Newcastle and Tottenham star David Ginola believes Cristiano Ronaldo and Jose Mourinho will be at Paris Saint-Germain next season.
Ronaldo, 30, is contracted to Real Madrid until 2018 and despite declaring his happiness at the Bernabeu recently there has still been speculation over the forward’s future.
Meanwhile, Chelsea boss Mourinho is under huge pressure after the champions’ poor start to the Premier League and he could well be axed by Roman Abramovich if their fortunes do not improve soon.
And speaking on BT Sport former France international Ginola thinks PSG will have a huge Portuguese influence next season.
“I think he (Ronaldo) needs a new challenge,” said Ginola.
“I see Ronaldo being in Paris next year.
“Because they have the money and in terms of the challenge to win the Champions League.
“I know the Qatari investors would like to have Ronaldo at the club, no matter how much it will cost, they will pay for it.
“And I can also see Mourinho as the next manager of the team. So I think there’s going to be a lot of Portuguese in Paris.”