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Although Atletico Madrid is working hard to sign Ronaldo, this action has enraged the club’s fans. On social media, fans of the Wanda Metropolitano home club are voicing their opposition to the aforementioned deal, which is likely to have an impact. This is consider as of the hotest Transfer news this summer
However, Chelsea is making room for the Portuguese superstar, and it may be a viable option for Ronaldo. Despite signing Raheem Sterling from Manchester City, the Blues still want a striker to improve their scoring. Against that backdrop, the Stamford Bridge team is progressively returning to bring Ronaldo in this summer. Remember that Chelsea was one of the visits Ronaldo planned to make as soon as he decided to leave MU. Meanwhile, coach Thomas Tuchel once flatly refused the Portuguese superstar, believing the contract had expired.
The troubling results from the Stamford Bridge team’s summer trip sound an alarm about Chelsea’s attack being too bad. Havertz and Werner, the highest kick players in coach Thomas Tuchel’s plan, continue to fail.
At the present, it can be stated that Chelsea will be the best fit for Ronaldo. The Portuguese superstar is well aware that wearing the Atletico Madrid jersey will cause his monument in the hearts of Real Madrid fans to crumble. Meanwhile, Los Rojiblancos supporters dislike the guy who has previously beaten their team.
Chelsea’s priority this season will undoubtedly be to dethrone Manchester City in the English Premier League. With Ronaldo, the Blues can comfortably go a step closer to their goal. Furthermore, the Portuguese superstar will undoubtedly be the appropriate candidate for incoming President Todd Boehly to fulfill his promise to Chelsea fans of bringing back a true blockbuster this summer.
Essentially, Ronaldo wants to leave MU and compete in the C1 Cup next season. The Portuguese superstar seems unconcerned about which club will be his future home.
Last season, striker Anthony Martial did not perform well, and the owner club MU promptly loaned him to Sevilla in the winter market. But, the French striker is shining brightly during the Red Devils’ summer tour. After MU’s friendly series, Martial has three goals and two assists, which is the same as what the French striker did last season.
That performance piqued the interest of Juventus, and the Old Lady intends to sign Martial this summer, according to Corriere Della Sera (Italy), citing journalist Gianluca Di Marzio.
Both Chelsea and Tottenham are keen on recruiting Allan Saint-Maximin, but Newcastle will only let him go if they are willing to spend £ 40 million. The French striker remains Chich Chee’s main striker.
It will be tough for Newcastle to release Allan Saint-Maximin because the Premier League’s “rising giants” have yet to find a genuine striker to replace him.
Since Juventus is not employing Arthur Melo, Arsenal wants to swap Lucas Torreira for 10-15 million euros to own the Brazilian midfielder. Nevertheless, it is quite unlikely that Juventus will agree to that price, and the Gunners will not give up this deal quickly.
What’s more, Barcelona decided on mass elimination. Joan Laporta said: “We still have a lot of work to do, and a lot of players come and go, but we’ve done a decent job of adding to the roster. They are aware that the coach has decided not to use certain individuals again. As a result, we must determine the output for them. Of course, they (the transfer negotiators) are greatly appreciated.”
They also are ready to re-sign Messi. Coach Xavi Hernandez has begged Barcelona to bring Lionel Messi back to the Nou Camp on a free transfer next summer. The Barcelona captain feels that Messi, despite turning 36 next year, can still play an important role at the Nou Camp through creativity and goals. President Laporta also accepted the potential of Messi and his teammates reconciling shortly.
The future of Liverpool attacker Roberto Firmino is becoming increasingly uncertain, especially with the arrival of youngster Darwin Nunez. Against this backdrop, Juventus has recently moved to sign the Brazilian striker. The old lady is believed to be willing to invest 23 million euros to finalize the deal this summer. Once a key member of Liverpool’s Salah-Firmino-Sane trio, the 30-year-old is rapidly losing his formal status due to age.
Pau Torres is set to join Chelsea. The Blues are attempting to sign Sevilla star Jules Kounde. However, they were up against heavy competition from Barcelona. As a result, Chelsea will put everything they have into the Pau Torres deal. The Chelsea team is willing to spend 50 million euros to persuade Villarreal to sell Torres.
Arsenal is set to say goodbye to the blockbuster. Arsenal is considering selling Nicolas Pepe, who has two years left on his contract. At £72 million, starting only five times in the Premier League last season was a massive letdown. Arsenal wants £25 million from the Pepe transfer. Newcastle, Everton, and Leeds are the clubs interested in acquiring Pepe.
Man United increased their asking price to get Antony. According to GOAL, the Old Trafford club is about to increase the asking price for a player born in 2000. The figure will be more than 60 million euros, and this is regarded as their final push with Antony in this year’s summer market. Man United, on the other hand, will struggle to meet Ajax’s asking price of 80 million euros in this agreement.
Erik Ten Hag is looking for another midfielder to replace Frenkie De Jong if the Barcelona player does not agree to join the Red Devils this summer. Although Frenkie De Jong is Manchester United’s top target, the Dutch midfielder appears to have no intention of signing.
According to Calcio Mercato, the Dutch tactician has sought Serbian midfielder Milinkovic-Savic, who is presently on loan at Lazio. The 27-year-price old’s tag, however, will not be cheap, with Lazio demanding at least €70 million (£59.5 million) for his shuttle midfielder.
Milinkovic-Savic has been with Lazio for seven years, scoring 48 goals, and has only two years left on his contract. Milinkovic-Savic scored 11 goals and assisted on 11 others for Lazio last season. Yet, Lazio is still open to letting Milinkovic-Savic leave if the offered fee is met.