(MENAFN) As mentioned in reports, Chelsea's new possessors are considering a move for Cristiano Ronaldo as the forward stated to Manchester United that he desires to exit if the appropriate bid comes in for him.
United have claimed that Ronaldo, who was absent to the first session of preseason exercise citing family causes on Monday, is not for listed on the transfer market.
ESPN, nonetheless, claims that the Red Devils are going to listen to bids for him from leagues other than the Premier League.
But Chelsea co-owner Todd Boehly, who managed a consortium that lately bought the club for £4.5 billion (USD5.4 billion) from Roman Abramovich, is supposed to have encountered with Ronaldo's agent Jorge Mendes last month, when his client's possible move to west London was talked about.
According to The Athletic, discussions among Boehly as well as Mendes have remained since, and Boehly plus fellow director Behdad Eghbali are supposed to be "intrigued" by the potential of signing one of football's highest stars.
However, the economic side of things won't preform as a deterrent, any probable move depends on what manager Thomas Tuchel decides.
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