Chelsea have made a u-turn move in their Cristiano Ronaldo transfer news, MySportDab reports.
It was claimed that the new owners wanted Thomas Tuchel to sign Cristiano Ronaldo before he was sack as manager.
The move is one which was making headlines back in the summer window but it wasn’t completed.
Thomas Tuchel was against Chelsea bringing Cristiano Ronaldo as he felt he wasn’t the right man for his side at that point.
The Portuguese is now a free agent and could make any move elsewhere without any cash being paid to any club.
The termination of Cristiano Ronaldo contract with Manchester United came after an interview which was aired with Piers Morgan.
The Portuguese highlighted a lot of issues which was wrong with the Manchester United board which didn’t go well with everyone.
A meeting was held and contract were terminated immediately leaving the player free before the FIFA World Cup kicked off in Qatar.
According to reports reaching us from SkySports, Chelsea have made a u-turn in their move to sign Cristiano Ronaldo for free this season.
Here Is What Was Said:
“Cristiano Ronaldo could be on for an instant return to the Premier League with Chelsea set to perform a transfer U-turn, according to reports.
The Blues are reportedly looking to bring in a striker when the January window open for business.
Chelsea will not be eligible to recall Romelu Lukaku in the January transfer window despite their recent injury crisis which leaves them with no choice than to make a move.
Cristiano Ronaldo could be that striker they make a move as things stand today which is looking more likely to happen.
Armando Broja has also been ruled out for the rest of the season after his injury during a match against Aston Villa which puts Chelsea in a tight position.