Three Big European Clubs In Contention To Sign Cristiano Ronaldo From Man United.

 Since reports broke out of Manchester that Ronaldo has asked to leave if a suitable offer comes, they have been many speculations of clubs wanting his services. 

This summer, Chelsea has been linked to a startling transfer for Manchester United superstar Cristiano Ronaldo.

Romelu Lukaku's return to Inter Milan on a season-long loan has left the Blues in need of striking reinforcements; Mason Mount was the only player to score at least ten goals in the Premier League last season.

Recently, Chelsea was contacted about a possible transfer for the Portuguese superstar. Ronaldo is rumored to be dissatisfied with United's ambition this summer.

According to The Telegraph, Todd Boehly, the new owner of Chelsea, will ask Thomas Tuchel if he wants to make an offer for the player this summer.

That's not the case with Bayern Munich as director, Oliver Kahn has ruled the German powerhouses out of the race to sign the Portugal international, claiming a move for Ronaldo would "go against the club's ideology." 

Bayern Munich were also rumored to be interested in the Portuguese player's services. "Even if I think Cristiano Ronaldo is one of the best players ever, a move would not be consistent with our guiding principles", according to Kahn.

The president of the Barcelona has also revealed that Cristiano Ronaldo's representative spoke with Joan Laporta, the club's president, on Monday night.

The Manchester United star is considering his options and is determined to quit Old Trafford this summer.

The 37-year-old Ronaldo was a star for Real Madrid for nine years, but he's thinking of joining their main rivals.

Laporta openly acknowledged his meeting with Ronaldo's agent Jorge Mendes at the unveiling of new signing Franck Kessie.

"I had dinner with Jorge Mendes on Monday, and we discussed the market in general," he claimed.

"Cristiano? I won't share the players we discussed during the meeting, but it's always useful to be aware of how some names are priced.

The Portuguese forward was supposed to report for preseason on Monday but didn't due to "personal circumstances," therefore he is now on "indefinite leave."

Ronaldo has been working out in Lisbon, where he lives with his family.

Chelsea is intrigued, but United is determined to cling onto their No. 7, and they are especially hesitant to sell to the Premier League.

After Ronaldo's transfer request, they are likewise in desperate need of an immediate end to the situation.

Given his relationship with Madrid, a move to Barcelona would be contentious.

In 438 games for the Bernabeu team, Ronaldo scored an astounding 450 goals and claimed four Champions League titles.

The five-time Ballon d'Or winner has still requested for additional time to sort his personal/family issues and Manchester United has granted his request.

United squad under Erik Ten Hag is set to travel to Bangkok tomorrow and Ronaldo will not be involved in the team's preseason tour.

Ronaldo will have all the time he needs, United has confirmed.

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