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Pochettino's rejected player who could spark Ronaldo's return to England

By Liam Styles

Pochettino's rejected player who could spark Ronaldo's return to England

A signing who would be pivotal in his side's pursuit of the Portuguese star this summer.

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Mauricio Pochettino's list of potential transfer targets at Chelsea is growing every day. It seems that many will not pass the test and will have to find a new team for next season in the Premier League, or failing that in another major league to avoid being relegated in his career. Cases such as Pierre Aubemayang's are up in the air because of the way they have refused to talk to the London board to sort out his situation.

Many of them are young talents who did not make the grade with the Blues. Cristian Pulisic heads the list of names who are no longer with the club, and several teams in Europe are looking for their services at a low price, something that the new board, which has spent a tremendous amount of money on transfers last season, does not like.

The most talked about failure in this transfer situation is that of Enzo Fernandez, who cost more than 130 million euros to sign from Benfica and who failed to exceed the expectations of the fans, who were furious with his arrival a few months ago on social media,  despite being one of the stars of the Argentina team that became world champion in Qatar 2022 along with Argentine star Lionel Messi.

But there is another name who arrived with much excitement at Stamford Bridge and has been considered mediocre by critics and fans alike. The club that wants him is going to consider signing Cristiano Ronaldo for next season, where they have qualified after many years to the UEFA Champions League with the best teams of Europe

Who is the player who would join Cristiano in the Premiership?

The Daily Mirror has reported that Marc Cucurella is reportedly on the radar of Newcastle United for next season. The deal would be quite low, as the Blues would sell him for 30 million euros, almost half of what he cost them from Brighton & Hove Albion. It is rumoured that Cristiano Ronaldo would also join the Magpies as they are part of the same group that owns Al-Nassr in Saudi Arabia.

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