Chelsea is reportedly set to open talks to sign Cristiano Ronaldo after his contract was terminated at Manchester United.
Ronaldo saw his contract terminated by united following his explosive interview where he slammed manager Erik ten Hag, the club’s owners, and his former teammates, Wayne Rooney and Gary Neville.
Now a free agent the 37-year-old will be on the lookout for his next club.
And according to CBS Sports Golazo, he may not have to wait that long as Chelsea owner Todd Boehly is keen on bringing him to Stamford Bridge.
Reporter Ben Jacobs tweeted: “Todd Boehly sees the appeal of Cristiano Ronaldo.”
He also revealed that Ronaldo’s agent Jorge Mendes is will “offer” him to Chelsea again.
However, a move remains “complicated” as new manager Graham Potter is “less convinced” about the idea of signing him.
A move for the attacker will require backing from Potter, who is still adjusting the side to fit his style.
Chelsea spent big in the summer bringing in over £200million worth of talent, but they have yet to make a positive impact on the team.
The Blues are currently eighth in the Premier League having lost three and drawn two of their last five games.
Ronaldo has also been linked with a move to his boyhood club Sporting Lisbon and with clubs in the MLS.
He is currently on international duty with Portugal at the World Cup in Qatar and should lead his country out on Thursday when they face Ghana.