Chelsea And PSG Set To Fight To Sign Real Madrid Star Cristiano Ronaldo
The Portugal skipper is furious at Real Madrid president Florentino Perez, who is trying to land PSG star Neymar at the Bernabeu.
Recent reports have claimed that the Real Madrid bosses have identified Neymar as Ronaldo’s long-term replacement and are plotting a move to secure the services of the Brazilian in the near future.
Ronaldo is considering his future at Madrid and is concerned that he is no longer the main man at the La Liga club.
And according to Spanish outlet Don Balon, three clubs are at loggerheads to secure his services in the near future.
Alvaro Morata made a good start to his debut campaign at Chelsea but has seen a massive dip in his form in his last few games and it is apparent that Conte has no faith in his other striker Michy Batshuayi. And now the Italian is eyeing to lure away Ronaldo to Stamford Bridge.
PSG want to add Ronaldo to their new set-up, having already roped in heavyweights like Neymar and Mbappe in the summer.
It is being said that Real Madrid could use the Portugal skipper as bait to push through a move for Neymar, who only made a switch to PSG on a world-record deal from Barcelona in the summer.
A move to LA Galaxy might be possible in the near future with the MLS club known for making high profile signings – having taken on board Man Utd legend David Beckham in 2007.
Ronaldo has not ruled out the possibility of leaving Real Madrid in the near future but as of now he still believes that he has a lot left in him to challenge for major titles in Europe.
Reports claimed that the five-time Ballon d’Or winner is not happy with his current wage packet and he wants to be in the same pay bracket of his arch rival Lionel Messi, who recently signed a new mega-money deal with Barcelona.
However, the Portuguese does not want to cut short his competitive rivalry with Barca superstar Lionel Messi in the La Liga.
Ronaldo has struggled to find form so far in the La Liga this season – with just four league goals to his name as the Los Blancos sit fourth in the points table, 14 points behind current leaders Barcelona.