Cristiano Ronaldo, the striker currently under contract with Al-Nassr until 2025, may be returning to English football as he has caught the attention of Chelsea. According to “Football London,” the club is interested in acquiring the forward for the upcoming season.
However, any negotiation with Cristiano Ronaldo can only take place with the approval of the new coach of the club. Currently, Chelsea is under the command of Frank Lampard, who is trying to recover the team’s performance after suffering six consecutive defeats.
The club is having a poor season in the Premier League, and strengthening their attack is essential. Therefore, a potential deal with Cristiano Ronaldo would be a significant boost for the club.
However, with the likelihood of a new coach arriving for the remainder of the season, any new signings will depend on the decision of the new leader. Therefore, it will only be after this coaching reorganization that the team will determine whether or not to pursue Cristiano Ronaldo.
Cristiano Ronaldo’s Situation in Arabia
Despite having a contract that runs until mid-2025, Cristiano Ronaldo is not satisfied with his adaptation to the Saudi Arabian club. The player is having difficulty adjusting to the country and its language and remains unhappy in his current position.
So far, Cristiano has played 15 games and scored 12 goals for Al-Nassr. However, despite his good performance on the field, the player is not satisfied. Chelsea, who plans to make major moves in the transfer window, may change the striker’s situation.
In particular, the club is in great need of reinforcements in the attacking area. Additionally, several players may leave Chelsea, making the need for quality forwards even more pressing. As the team is currently having a poor season in the Premier League, being the fifth-worst attack of the season, good attackers are essential for their success.