Cristiano Ronaldo: Chelsea ready to recruit this winter?

Cristiano Ronaldo, dismissed from the first team of Manchester United, could take the direction of Chelsea on the return of the World Cup to believe the English press.

A way out for CR7? In lack of playing time at Manchester United, then recently dismissed from the first, Cristiano Ronaldo could be offered a good exit next winter to join Chelsea.

While rumors will appear on Sunday of a future departure for the United States, the former Real Madrid player could stay in England. According to the Daily Mail, the new owner of Chelsea, Todd Boehly, would like to recruit the Portuguese star of 37 years.

Reunion with the Champions League?

Close to agent Jorge Mendes, Boehly had already been interested this summer but his former coach Thomas Tuchel had opposed it. Graham Potter, now on the bench, would agree to do so.

According to ESPN, the Mancunians would be willing to let Cristiano Ronaldo leave for free and from January, under contract until June 2023, in order to save the last six months of his big salary.

The Portuguese was recently dropped from the Manchester United first team after returning to the dressing room before the end of the game against Tottenham last Wednesday.

If he joins Chelsea, Ronaldo would compete in the Champions League. The Blues are also close to qualifying for the knockout stages.

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