Watch Fabrizio Romanos Latest Transfer Update on Cristiano Ronaldo

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Chelsea and Bayern Munich are both interested in signing Cristiano Ronaldo. However, the current Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel is not particularly keen on a deal. Nonetheless, the Spanish coach has publicly stated his desire to sign the Portuguese international. Despite these setbacks, he is determined to land the former Real Madrid striker in the summer. The latest transfer update from Fabrizio Romanos on the Juventus star is an interesting one.

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Manchester United’s lack of Champions League football

Manchester United’s relegation to the Premier League has been the source of concern for Cristiano Ronaldo. However, the Portuguese star is not overly concerned and he believes he still has three or four years of top-flight football in him. Ronaldo’s desire to play Champions League football at Old Trafford is not entirely a selfish one. He is said to be “in love” with Manchester and enjoys the support of the fans. However, despite the controversies, Manchester United have been able to accept this situation and included Ronaldo in the launch of their new shirt. In addition, United have stressed that they are not seeking to sign a new No. 9 as they are not interested in selling Ronaldo.

A move for Ronaldo would be a major blow for the Red Devils, as he has been the team’s leading scorer this season with 14 goals. Only Brazilian Bruno Fernandes is second in goals scored by United players last season. Although United have been in the Champions League every season since 2003 and have won the competition five times, Ronaldo has not featured in the competition since the end of last season. However, the lack of Champions League football will mean that United will play in the Europa League next season, where they will compete against sides from other European nations.

Although United finished fourth in the Premier League this season, Ronaldo wants to compete in the Champions League next season. However, the new manager, Erik ten Hag, had stated last month that he was part of United’s plans. In the past, the Portuguese star signed for the club from Sporting CP in 2003 and scored 118 goals in just two92 games. Then, in 2009, he left for Real Madrid. He played four seasons at Real Madrid, winning four Champions Leagues and scoring a record-breaking 107 goals. In addition to Manchester United’s lack of Champions League football, Ronaldo has also remained the top scorer in Serie A, scoring 101 goals in 134 matches.

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Although Ronaldo has claimed that he is content at Manchester United, his entourage has been worried about his lack of Champions League football. In fact, he is not the only player who feels that he can still win big trophies in his twilight years. After all, United have already offered Christian Eriksen, Frenkie de Jong, and Lisandro Martinez to play alongside him.

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The Portuguese international has been linked with a move to Major League Soccer after his disappointing season at Manchester United. The club is yet to make a formal offer to Ronaldo but it remains to be seen if the Real Madrid star will be happy to remain. Manchester United’s failure to make the Champions League final and a poor start to the transfer market have prompted a bid for the player.

Chelsea’s interest in signing Cristiano Ronaldo

The Chelsea boss has hinted that his team may try to sign Cristiano Ronaldo from Manchester United but is not pursuing the deal. It is believed that Boehly is interested in the Portuguese ace for commercial reasons rather than playing reasons. Chelsea currently have a vacancy in their attacking line after loaning Romelu Lukaku to Inter Milan and have been linked with Manchester City’s Raheem Sterling. While Ronaldo has previously been linked with Chelsea, it’s unlikely to happen this season as he has been focusing on other targets.

While Thomas Tuchel has refused to rule out a move for Ronaldo from Manchester United, the club’s sporting director Todd Boehly has met with the player’s agent Jorge Mendes. While Boehly’s meeting with Ronaldo’s representatives did not lead to any concrete action, Chelsea’s interest in signing the Portuguese has ended. Boehly believes that Chelsea should not have pursued Ronaldo if it were their first choice.

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In addition to Sterling, Ronaldo’s ability to impact any match is unquestionable. He could score up to 25 long-range attempts and tap-ins in a season. In addition, he could be assisted by the likes of Mason Mount, Reece James, and Ben Chilwell. After all, he played for 27 goals last season. So what could Chelsea do to ensure that the player they are looking for can play in the Champions League?

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Although he would have been a great addition to the Chelsea squad, Tuchel would have been better served with the player they already have. The club are also in advanced discussions with Manchester City for Nathan Ake. PSG star Presnel Kimpembe is also a top target for Chelsea. He’d have to change his tactics to suit Ronaldo. If he did sign him, Chelsea would be in a better position to sign a defender and a centre-midfielder.

Nevertheless, the news that Rafa Benitez is in talks with Real Madrid’s owner, Rafael Benitez, would increase the possibility of the Blues signing the Portuguese international. However, it is worth noting that Man Utd have publicly stated that they would not stand in the way of a decent bid for Ronaldo. However, the manager is likely to be prepared to sell the player if the price is right.

The Portuguese star has reportedly opted for a short break from Man Utd after the season ended. This would mean that Ronaldo would miss out on the Champions League next season, despite his record of scoring 18 goals in the Premier League last season. However, the timing of Ronaldo’s decision is controversial, as he has never been out of the Champions League. There have been a number of other club’s interest in Ronaldo, and it’s unlikely that either Chelsea or United will give up on the deal.

Bayern Munich’s interest in signing Cristiano Ronaldo

Reports claiming that Bayern Munich have interest in signing Cristiano Ronaldo have been largely dismissed. While the former Real Madrid star is still available for a fee of EUR35 million, Bayern Munich boss Julian Nagelsmann is unwilling to pay this amount for the Portuguese international. The club are likely to lose star striker Robert Lewandowski if they do not sign Ronaldo. Regardless of the reasons, the transfer is a luxury that Bayern can’t afford to spend on one player.

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Bayern Munich’s CEO Oliver Kahn has denied that the club are interested in signing Ronaldo. The five-time Ballon d’Or winner has been linked with a move away from Manchester United this summer. Oliver Kahn has made it clear that the club will not agree to negotiate a transfer with Cristiano Ronaldo, despite the fact that the Bayern CEO also admires the Portuguese star. But Kahn revealed that he believes Ronaldo would not fit the style of manager Julian Nagelsmann.

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While Bayern Munich denied their interest in signing Cristiano Ronaldo, they have registered an interest in acquiring Napoli striker Victor Lindelof. Chelsea are the last club to express an interest in signing Pedro, although the transfer will depend on Thomas Tuchel’s fitness and availability. The Blues have a lot of work ahead of them this summer, so a transfer to Chelsea will be a wise move.

Manchester United have made no progress in signing Cristiano Ronaldo and the Bundesliga giants have no plans to sign him. Manchester United have not responded to an offer of EUR30million to secure the forward’s signature. The club’s lacklustre transfer policy has made it very difficult to attract players with such outrageous wage demands. And a lack of quality in transfer deals means that few clubs will be able to afford to sign the Portuguese.

Roma are also a club with an interest in Cristiano. Despite the club’s priority for signing Lewandowski, Napoli president Aurelio De Laurentiis is keen on making Cristiano the new Maradona. And if Napoli do sign Cristiano, they will make a big splash in the transfer market. As a result, the Italian club has made their interest known to the world.

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In addition to the financial backing of a private investor, Bayern Munich is also backed by car manufacturer Volkswagen. The two companies are largely independent of each other, but together, they own five Bundesliga clubs. The majority of voting rights are held by fans of the clubs. Hence, Bayern’s interest in signing Cristiano Ronaldo has been questioned. But the ’50+1 rule’ is meant to protect fans of the Bundesliga from outside influence and foreign investors, who might not be interested in selling their team, would not bother looking into it.

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