According to reports, the Portuguese is uneasy at Old Trafford because he is not at all pleased with what the team has accomplished this summer and after hiring Erik ten Hag.
The agent for Cristiano Ronaldo, Jorge Mendes, reportedly met with Todd Boehly, the new owner of Chelsea, recently to discuss the possibility of bringing the former Real Madrid player to Stamford Bridge.
Romelu Lukaku, on the other hand, is returning to Inter on loan this summer, so Chelsea will likely lose him. According to the source, Mendes and Boehly met last week in Portugal and talked about a variety of topics, including the possibility of Cristiano joining Chelsea.
According to rumors, Chelsea will bring in six players this summer to help Thomas Tuchel. With sanctions imposed on the club while Roman Abramovich was in charge, Chelsea had found themselves in a difficult situation following Russia's invasion of Ukraine. Following that, Boehly purchased the team.
Mendes also discussed Cristiano with Bayern Munich. However, the German giants were hesitant to make a play for the forward because they thought his wage demands were too high. Despite Robert Lewandowski's intention to join Barcelona this summer, Bayern is now attempting to hang onto him.
Lewandowski and Bayern are at odds right now; the Polish No. 9 is trying to force a transfer, but the Bundesliga champions are sticking to their guns and won't let the striker make that decision without their approval.
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