Football NewsThomas Tuchel Opinions on Cristiano Ronaldo Add Salt to Man Utd’s Injury
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Cristiano Ronaldo is preparing to leave Manchester United this summer, and Thomas Tuchel has already stated that he would want to have him in his Chelsea squad.

The Portuguese superstar has asked to leave Old Trafford during this transfer window in the hopes that a good offer would be made for his services, and he will be permitted to bid the team farewell.

His dedication to the Red Devils has been the subject of increasing speculation because of his dissatisfaction with the transfer process thus far.

Ronaldo is reportedly dissatisfied with his lack of participation in the Champions League for the upcoming season because United only qualified for the Europa League, which he has never participated in.

Currently looking for a new challenge, Ronaldo intends to leave Manchester United if a suitable offer is made to them during the transfer season.

Following a meeting in Portugal between new Blues owner Todd Boehly and super-agent Jorge Mendes, Chelsea is one of the teams who are supposedly interested in the player.

According to rumors, Ronaldo’s uncertain future was the primary driver for the meeting. According to reports, the player is being watched by Real Madrid, Napoli, Paris Saint-Germain, and Bayern Munich.

The Blues’ interest in Ronaldo, who scored against Chelsea back in April, has not received any further developments. Speaking about the player when he joined United in August of last year, Tuchel acknowledged that any team without Ronaldo is inherently an inferior side and made it clear that he would prefer to have the seasoned forward at the squad.

Time will tell, but in my opinion it is no secret that any club without Cristiano [Ronaldo] is in some ways a poorer team, as Tuchel mentioned in a previous interview.

He consistently demonstrates why he is among the best players to ever play this sport.

They lost a significant champion, a significant point of reference, and a significant personality since [he is] now playing in the Premier League and the Champions League.

But even without Cristiano Ronaldo, a team can succeed and be powerful. The same applies here.

The third-highest scorer in the league, the Portugal international scored 24 goals in 38 appearances last season, including 18 in the Premier League. Only last summer did Ronaldo, who had previously enjoyed successful stints at Real Madrid and Juventus, make his fantastical comeback to Old Trafford.