Manchester United: Ronaldo at Chelsea, a new grave!

Promoted to new Chelsea coach, Graham Potter would demand the arrival of Cristiano Ronaldo to his leaders. But according to the latest indiscretions, the club of the London capital would not yet have in mind to recruit the Portuguese striker from Manchester United.

Chosen by the management of Chelsea to ensure the succession of Thomas Tuchel, Graham Potter would target several profiles during the next winter transfer window. Among the names targeted by the English coach is that of Cristiano Ronaldothe Portuguese striker Manchester United. At the same time, the 37-year-old star no longer intends to continue his career at Old Trafford. If the former Juventus Turin player did not leave the Red Devils during the last summer transfer window, the five-time Ballon d’Or winner would like to leave the English club in January. According to newspaper information The Sunhis teammates would be warned of his desires elsewhere in the coming months.

A nightmarish start to the season

Good news to come for the Blues? For now, an arrival at Stamford Bridge for Cristiano Ronaldo remains very hypothetical. If we are to believe the revelations of journalist Fabrizio Romano, Chelsea would not discuss the recruitment of the ex-Real Madrid member for the time being. While Graham Potter has just taken office, the club of the London capital would have other priorities in mind and its intentions on the next transfer market would not yet be known.

Under contract until June 2023 with Manchester United, plus an additional twelve months as an option, Cristiano Ronaldo is having a very difficult start to the 2022-2023 season. In seven games played in all competitions, including six Premier League games, “CR7” has still not found the net. Returning to the club during the summer of 2021, around a transaction of 15 million euros, the Mancunian number 7 had to be satisfied with two tenures under the orders of the Dutch technician Erik ten Hag.

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