‘It could give them a goal threat and a lot of experience’: Fabrizio Romano insists signing Cristiano Ronaldo is a ‘good idea’ for Chelsea but suggests why it’s unlikely to happen

Italian transfer journalist Fabrizio Romano has provided an update on Cristiano RonaldoThe future of ‘s and a possible step to chelsea after the 2022 FIFA World Cup.

The 37-year-old Portuguese striker is currently without a club after mutually agreeing to terminate his contract with Manchester United.

Speaking about the player’s future, Romano said caught offside:

“Cristiano Ronaldo is 100% focused on the World Cup, right after that he will decide on his future.”

Ronaldo has reportedly received an offer from Saudi Arabian club Al Nassr, where he could potentially win £175 million in two years. Speaking about the rumored offer, Romano added:

“Al Nassr’s offer is official and concrete, they are pressing and they want Ronaldo, so they have a chance. Of course, on Ronaldo’s side they still hope to find a solution in Europe, the market can change in five minutes for a free agent.”

Chelsea have struggled to score goals this season and their forwards continue to miss. The addition of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has not worked out well for the Blues and Romano believes that Ronaldo may be a good idea for a short time.

He said:

“At Chelsea, I think Cristiano is always a good idea, he could give them a goal threat and a lot of experience and a winning mentality, but his project now is more about young players.”

Fabrizio Romano: “About Chelsea, I think Cristiano [Ronaldo] It’s always a good idea, it could give them a goal threat and a lot of experience and a winning mentality, but their project now is more about young players.”

Chelsea also have players like Kai Havertz and Armando Broja who can play up front. A potential Christopher Nkunku transfer is also on the cards for Chelsea.

Cristiano Ronaldo motivates the Portugal players to win it for the fans

Cristiano Ronaldo’s Portugal will play Switzerland later today (December 6) in the last round of 16 clash. The five-time Ballon d’Or winner posted a sincere message on his Instagram account to motivate his team to win the game.

He captioned it:

“Today is for Portugal! For the Portuguese! For us and for ours! Today is for all the dreams that each one of us carries! Let’s go with everything!”

Ronaldo has scored only one goal in this World Cup, from the penalty spot. The best player in Portugal has been Bruno Fernandes, who will seek to continue his good moment in the tournament.

Portugal will be in line to face either Spain or Morocco in the quarterfinals if they can pass the test of Switzerland tonight.

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