Cristiano Ronaldo is currently having a difficult time at Juventus and is reportedly considering leaving the club in the summer, with Paris Saint-Germain rising into first place in the race to sign him.
Although the Italian media have dubbed Jorge Mendes a "ghost" on the pitch, he has recently been in contact with Manchester United about a possible return for Cristiano Ronaldo.
According to Tuttosport, PSG has jumped ahead of Manchester United in the race to lure Ronaldo away from Juventus, with the player himself considering a move to Ligue 1.
The potential of the team to win the Champions League, while still being able to give Ronaldo ample playing time as the main man in attack, is said to be the most important factor in determining Ronaldo's next move.
Following the Super League debacle, the Glazers, who own Manchester United, may be less interested in splashing out on a player with such high wages, considering that they may have already set a price for the Old Trafford club.
Things aren't looking good in Turin, with Juventus in danger of missing out on the Champions League next season and losing the Serie A title to Napoli.
Ronaldo's future in Italy is on a knife's edge, with another of Europe's biggest clubs eyeing the opportunity.