- Chelsea have reportedly been informed about Cristiano Ronaldo's willingness to join them this summer
- The Blues are believed to be potential suitors for the Portuguese talisman who is looking to depart Man United
- Chelsea owner, Todd Boehly, is said to have already met Ronaldo's agent in Portugal to discuss a potential deal
- Bayern Munich and Sporting Lisbon have also been linked with a transfer move for the 37-year-old
Wantaway Manchester United striker Cristiano Ronaldo would reportedly consider joining Chelsea this summer.
Ronaldo is currently staring at an uncertain future with the Red Devils despite having a year left on his Old Trafford deal.
The five-time Ballon d'Or winner is believed to have informed United chiefs of his desire to quit the club if they get the right offer from potential suitors.
According to the Daily Mail, Ronaldo's exit plans come barely days after it emerged Chelsea owner, Todd Boehly, had met his agent Jorge Mendes to discuss a potential Stamford Bridge move.
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Cristiano Ronaldo willing to consider Chelsea move
The Blues are in the market for a prolific forward after the departure of Romelu Lukaku, who rejoined Inter Milan on loan.
Incredibly, Chelsea are also said to be weighing up a shock move for Portugal international and harbour the hope of luring him to Stamford Bridge.
According to The Athletic, talks between Mendes, Boehly, and fellow director Behdad Eghbali over the transfer of Ronaldo have been ongoing.
Be that as it may, Tuchel is still expected to have a say on Chelsea's push to sign the iconic footballer, who has also been linked with a move to Bayern Munich.
Man United want Arsenal flop to replace Ronaldo
Earlier, Sports Brief reported Manchester United have reportedly identified Serge Gnabry as the ideal replacement for Cristiano Ronaldo.
Ronaldo has been linked with a move away this summer, with reports claiming the five-time Ballon d'Or winner has asked United to let him depart.
Gnabry, on the other hand, is as well said to be looking to leave Bayern Munich after he turned down a new deal with the Bavarians.
Source: Sports Brief News