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He will give them winning mentality – Fabrizio Romano told Chelsea to sign this player

Chelsea considering fresh move for Manchester United star Cristiano Ronaldo

Chelsea are expected to active in the upcoming transfer windows as Graham Potter seeks to revamp his squad.

The English tactician will likely ask for a new forward to bolster his attacking options with the likes of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, Raheem Sterling, Armando Broja and Kai Havertz not delivering goals for the Blues.

Transfer expert Fabrizio Romano has now given his opinion on the player Chelsea should try and make a signing.

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The Italian recommended that Chelsea should go for former Manchester United forward Cristiano Ronaldo who is currently without a club.

The Portuguese superstar has been heavily linked with a move to Chelsea since the change of ownership and management at Stamford Bridge. It was also said that his agent Jorge Mendes met with Todd Boehly in June and discussed possible move to London club.

However, after he was released by Man United, Ronaldo is rumored to be edging closer to joining Saudi Arabia club Al Nassr in a bid said to worth £200 million a year.

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Romano, in latest briefing with Caught Offside believe Ronaldo would be a ‘good idea’ for Chelsea. He says the 37-year-old would give Chelsea a great goal threat, experience, and a great winning mentality.

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

“Al Nassr’s bid is official and concrete, they are pushing and they want Ronaldo so that’s why 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.

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“On Chelsea, I think Cristiano is always a good idea, he could give them a goal threat and great experience and winning mentality, but their project is more about young players right now.”

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