Former Manchester United star Cristiano Ronaldo is said to have been "tempted" by a potential move to Chelsea, according to a journalist.
Earlier this month, Ronaldo and United agreed to terminate his contract after he took part in an interview with Piers Morgan and slated the club.
The 37-year-old striker was brought back to the club under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and had an incredible first season, however, since Ten Hag took charge Ronaldo's mintues have been limited.
What has been said?
Transfer guru, Fabrizio Romano, earlier this week reported that Ronaldo has received a monstrous contract offer from Al Nassr but insists the forward is focused on the World Cup.
Romano tweeted: "Cristiano Ronaldo has received a formal proposal from Al Nassr, confirmed. #Ronaldo
"Almost €200m per season until 2025.
"But… big part is sponsor deals, so it’s not clear yet if image rights can be agreed.
"Nothing done/signed or decided.
"Cristiano, focused on World Cup."
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