Chelsea already has their own Cristiano Ronaldo to help them win the Premier League.
On deadline day, Cristiano Ronaldo completed a spectacular comeback to Manchester United from Juventus.
Manchester United’s decision to bring Cristiano Ronaldo back to Old Trafford this summer should not worry Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel. On deadline day, the mercurial 36-year-old signed a two-year contract with the Red Devils and seems set to lead the line for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side this season.
During his initial spell at Old Trafford, Ronaldo established himself as a club legend, and he will be expected to score goals for United once more when he returns.
The presence of the five-time Ballon d’Or winner in the dressing room will bolster the 20-time Premier League winners as they seek a resurgent title assault in the coming months.
United will compete for the domestic title this season against the likes of Manchester City, Liverpool, and Chelsea in a fiercely fought struggle for glory.
The Blues, on the other hand, are the only team to join the Red Devils in bringing back a former player to settle some unfinished business.
Last month, Chelsea signed Romelu Lukaku in a club-record move costing £97.5 million, with the Belgian likely to be the final piece in the puzzle for the Blues.
Last season, Chelsea lacked an out-and-out striker, and Kai Havertz was frequently forced to adjust to a striking role towards the conclusion of the campaign.
Timo Werner struggled to adjust to life at Chelsea after joining from RB Leipzig last summer, and despite finishing the season as Chelsea’s joint-top scorer in all competitions, Tuchel kept Tammy Abraham on the bench.
Meanwhile, under Antonio Conte’s coaching at Inter, Lukaku developed into one of the world’s most feared attackers, scoring 30 times as the Nerazzurri raced to the Serie A title.
Lukaku’s arrival has given the Blues a proven world-class goalscorer, and the attributes he will bring to the team will be similar to those of Ronaldo’s at United.
Both teams will be hoping to win the Premier League title as a result of their new signings, and both will be in position to reap the benefits of having a genuinely outstanding forward at the top of the pitch.
Lukaku made no apologies for taking Arsenal by the scruff of the neck in his Chelsea comeback. “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”