BRUSSELS - Ryanair is looking at two models of Boeing 737 passenger jet after resuming talks over a potential order for 100 jets plus 100 options, but any deal still depends squarely on price, CEO Michael O'Leary told Reuters on Wednesday.

Ryanair is comparing the 737 MAX 8200 model, which is already "performing well", with the future MAX 10, he said, following a hiatus in negotiations due to disagreements over pricing.

O'Leary added in an interview that he expected the delayed MAX 10 to be certified towards the end of this year.

(Reporting by Tim Hepher; Editing by Jan Harvey)