“Don’t allow him to come” Chelsea legend makes honest verdict on Ronaldo’s move to Stamford Bridge

“Don’t allow him to come” Chelsea legend makes honest verdict on Ronaldo’s move to Stamford Bridge

Tony Cascarino, a former Chelsea striker, has warned Manchester United that they will regret letting Cristiano Ronaldo join to Stamford Bridge.

Ronaldo, who has been relegated to a bench role at Old Trafford, will attempt to leave Manchester United once more in January.

The 37-year-old striker refused to enter the game during Manchester United’s Premier League triumph over Tottenham and departed the stadium early because he is obviously dissatisfied with how things are going at Old Trafford.

By leaving out the legendary football player for their Saturday match against Chelsea, Erik ten Hag meted out retribution.

Furthermore, according to sources from Europe, Chelsea is getting ready for a blockbuster January transfer for the five-time Ballon d’Or winner.

When asked if he anticipates Ronaldo joining Chelsea, Cascarino responded, “Not really.

“I don’t think United will be ready to let Ronaldo go, so it’s an interesting one. If they failed to place in the top four and Ronaldo joined Chelsea, it might lose them a chance to play in the Champions League.

“From that perspective, it would be challenging to comprehend.

Additionally, Chelsea needs a center forward with legs—someone who runs hard and decisively, gets into positions quickly.

“I would be shocked if Ronaldo ended up playing for Stamford Bridge. I don’t think Manchester United would want to do that because it would be like cutting off your nose to spite your face.

“It would look incredibly horrible for United if you let him move there and Chelsea finish above you.”

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