While it’s common knowledge among Blues faithful that the Bridge is never without some sort of controversy, surely the club doesn’t need the added mayhem that Ronaldo’s arrival in the middle of the season would bring.
Even without considering the financial factor or what he could still give on the field, his most recent action at Man United, punished by Ten Hag, should be enough to prevent other teams from pursuing him.
Ronaldo, who was called “exceptional” by Ruben Neves just last month, is still capable of producing moments of pure brilliance on the field. It would be tragic if Graham Potter’s Chelsea took this route.
Notably, ESPN recently suggested that the hiring of Potter at Chelsea might imply that there is a greater chance of getting Ronaldo because former boss Thomas Tuchel fought against signing the Man United front in the summer.
Even as recently as May, when Potter was still the manager of Brighton and faced up against Ronaldo, he used the word “sensational” to characterize the Portuguese forward. He expressed his thoughts by saying, “I have been very impressed with him. The way he has played, as well as the contribution he has made to his team. He’s not just scoring goals, but his movement on the field is incredible.
The vast majority of people who play football throughout the world like Ronaldo the player because of what he has accomplished as one of the best of all time. Having him in your locker room, with all the baggage that comes with a senior striker, is just too much of a burden to bear.
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