Chelsea re-enter the race again to get Cristiano Ronaldo sign from Man United in January transfer window

Chelsea once again choose to we entered the race to sign Christian Ronaldo from Manchester United for the January transfer window which will be officially opened by next year.

Although, the Blues failed to sign the Portugal International start playing over the last transfer window which ends September this year, because the former Chelsea manager, Thomas Tuchel failed to do so due to his own personal view.

It’s no longer in use that the 37-year-old Man United striker, Cristiano Ronaldo is desperate to leave United for a Champions League club and Chelsea was one of the clubs Jorge Mendes, his agent, offered him to.

Tuchel’s refusal to allow the veteran striker join the Blues was said to have angered owner Todd Boehly who was desperate to sign him.

Chelsea went on to sign forwards Raheem Sterling from Manchester City and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang from Barcelona instead.

Sunday World reports that the American business mogul will try again in January when the window re-opens in light of the player’s recent antics.

Meanwhile, Manchester United manager, Erik Ten Hag, when addressing sport journalists, after Red Devils’ played a 1-1 draw with Chelsea on Saturday said Ronaldo remains an important part of his team.

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But, according to reports, suggested that Ronaldo has already played his last game for the Red Devils and a January exit is preferred by all parties.

However, Chelsea owner, Todd Boehly with the Blues manager, Graham Potter working hard to get Man United striker signed next year January, as Thomas Tuchel is no longer in the dugout.

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