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Mercado: An English guard says he doesn’t want Cristiano Ronaldo

Mercado: An English guard says he doesn’t want Cristiano Ronaldo

According to the English press, Chelsea are not interested in signing Cristiano Ronaldo following the termination of his contract with Manchester United.

Although the World Cup is obviously at the forefront of world football news, the future Cristiano Ronaldo is obviously on everyone’s mind. The Portugal international has had his contract terminated amid a difficult season amid relegations, bloodshed and bloody reports about his management. Manchester United Tuesday, freeing him from any contract and allowing him to do where he pleases this winter.

Chelsea are not interested in Ronaldo

But where will the five-time Ballon d’Or go? Rumors spread rapidly and it was almost impossible to predict which club the former Madrid player would play for throughout the season. Either way, it shouldn’t be at Chelsea. Although the Blues are interested in the Portuguese star in the summer of 2021, that is unlikely to be the case this winter.

According to information from telegram This Wednesday, the London club replaced Thomas Duchel with Graham Potter during the season and did not attempt to sign the 37-year-old striker during the winter transfer window. According to English media, the Blues coach believes he has everything he needs on the attacking front and wants to strengthen other areas of the game, such as the midfield.

Newcastle are currently in pole position to land the 2016 European champions, with a huge deal at stake.

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