Ronaldo and Neymar on Chelsea’s radar during this Mercato

According to press reports, Cristiano Ronaldo and Brazilian Neymar could join the Chelsea football team during this summer’s transfers.

The Evening Standard reported that Ronaldo’s agent Jorge Mendez met with new Chelsea owner Todd Boelli to discuss the possibility of a move for the Manchester United star and also offered his services to bring other players to Chelsea.

The newspaper also indicated that representatives of Paris Saint-Germain star Neymar had also been in contact with Boli and that the Brazilian was open to the idea of ​​a move to Chelsea in light of his desire to leave. Paris Saint Germain.

And the British newspaper The Times made a big surprise a few days ago, reporting that Cristiano Ronaldo has asked the management of Manchester United to allow him to leave the team this summer.

The newspaper attributed Ronaldo’s request to leave to his desire to continue in the European Champions League, as well as his doubts about the Red Devils’ ability to compete for titles next season, as well as the club’s lack of a clear project. .

Earlier it was reported that Neymar could change the club in the summer transfer period after the owner of the French club Paris Saint-Germain Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani announced that the Parisian team left the Champions League at the beginning of the quarter. the final.

Neymar is Paris Saint-Germain’s highest paid player, ahead of Argentine star Lionel Messi and Frenchman Kylian Mbappe.

And the Evening Standard newspaper confirmed that the Chelsea club management promised the Blues coach German coach Thomas Tuchel six contracts for the current summer transfer period.

Cristiano Ronaldo, 37, missed Manchester United training on Monday due to family reasons.

The Portuguese star returned to Old Trafford at the start of last season, 13 years after leaving the team.

Ronaldo appeared in 38 games with the Red Devils last season, scoring 24 goals and scoring 3 goals.

Source: agencies

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