Speculation about Ronaldo’s future has been rife recently, ever since the Portugal international admitted he was “sad” at Real Madrid earlier in the campaign.
As a result of Ronaldo’s comments and his apparent unhappiness with his deal at the Bernabeu the 27-year-old has been linked with a record-breaking move elsewhere.
French giants PSG might be the only club able to afford Ronaldo and while Leonardo admits he could be a target one day he says they have made no contact with Real about a potential deal at this time.
“PSG has become the club where anything’s possible. Ronaldo has a long contract with Real Madrid and you don’t just leave the club like that. There is nothing specific; there’s no contact,” Leonardo told L’Équipe.
“But currently, when talking about a move by a player like him, there are only four or five clubs which he might go to and PSG is one of them.”
Freiburg defender Caglar Soyuncu will be playing his football in the Premier League next season, with Arsenal keen on a deal.
Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe believes a new stadium is needed if the club are going to move forward.
Lee McCulloch believes playing in the group stages of the Europa League should be one of Rangers' goals for next season.
Nottingham Forest manager Aitor Karanka says he is feeling optimistic ahead of the 2018/19 campaign.