Chelsea rules out the signing of Cristiano Ronaldo

As reported by the British newspaper The Telegraph, the Chelsea is not thinking of closing the incorporation of Cristiano Ronaldo in the next winter transfer market, despite showing interest in joining him in the summer due to his difficult situation at Manchester United.

The Blue team, which made an offer at the time, does not have the Portuguese on its agenda because Graham Potter wants a striker with much more mobility to fit his game idea and, at the same time, they are focused on incorporating a Defensive midfielder who can offer more variants to the team. Names like Declan Rice from West Ham United and Jude Bellingham from Borussia Dortmund ring a bell.

Chelsea do not think about the signing of Cristiano Ronaldo

Chelsea have also closed an agreement with RB Leipzig for the signing of Christopher Nkunku, who despite his injury seems to be coming to the club in the next summer transfer market. The French would arrive to strengthen the offensive rotation.

Cristiano Ronaldo is a free agent, but his head is in the World Cup where he will debut tomorrow in the match between Portugal and Ghana. Newcastle United and PSG are other clubs that have him in orbit for the second part of the season.