Chelsea have been added a huge advantage in race to sign Manchester United star Forward. This comes after the star player expressed his desire to leave the club and Chelsea leading the race to sign the star Forward. Jorge Mendes, Cristiano Ronaldo's Agent offered the star player to Chelsea earlier this month.
The star forward isn't interested in staying in Old Trafford anymore just 11 months after returning. He has now refused to name his return date to training which could be a way of forcing exit from the Club. Chelsea are ready to submit £14 million to star player this summer.
This is after loaning Romelu Lukaku to Inter Milan after he failed to impress the blues last season. Cristiano Ronaldo is interested in Chelsea move and his Agent is keen to seal the move. Erik ten Hag is said to be forced to accept the situation after holding meeting with the board. Chelsea are keen ro sign Ronaldo due to his attacking prowess currently needed at Stamford Bridge.
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