CHELSEA are reportedly lining up a £14million bid for Cristiano Ronaldo.
The Blues have already agreed personal terms with Raheem Sterling over a £45m transfer, and new proprietor Todd Boehly seems eager to proceed spending.
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Ronaldo sensationally asked to leave United final weekend and is but to report again for pre-season coaching at Carrington.
And SunSport solely revealed final night time that United have accepted they WILL lose Ronaldo this summer.
Chelsea at the moment are seeking to pounce with a £14m bid for the unsettled 37-year-old, in response to journalist Peter O’Rourke.
As revealed by SunSport on Monday Blues proprietor Boehly is a huge fan of Ronaldo – however on the time boss Thomas Tuchel nonetheless wanted convincing to press forward with a transfer.
Now although experiences recommend Chelsea are lining up a suggestion.
A bid of £14m is simply £6m lower than than the £19.7m United paid Juventus to resign the Portuguese celebrity final summer time.
Ronaldo nonetheless has a yr left on his Previous Trafford deal however is considered keen to go away with a purpose to proceed taking part in within the Champions League.
New supervisor Erik ten Hag had been eager for Ronaldo to remain and assist his Previous Trafford revolution.
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However after talks with the board, the Dutchman has now accepted he must plan for the long run with out him.
Ronaldo had additionally been linked with a swap to Bayern Munich – however the German champions have now ruled out a move for the forward.
Membership director Oliver Kahn advised Kicker, he stated: “As much as I appreciate Cristiano Ronaldo as one of the greatest players, a move would not fit into our philosophy.”
Ronaldo is currently on indefinite leave after delaying his return to Manchester United coaching attributable to household causes.
He had been due to return to the club’s Carrington HQ on Monday to start pre-season coaching.