How Chelsea could line up with Cristiano Ronaldo, Neymar and Marquinhos after raiding PSG for transfer guru Luis Campos | The Sun
11th September 2022

CHELSEA could bring a handful of global superstars to Stamford Bridge if Luis Campos joins as sporting director.

Owner Todd Boehly is keen on the Portuguese chief and the club have reportedly made contact with the Paris Saint-Germain chief.

Chelsea plan to spend big once again in January so are determined to have a sporting director in place before the transfer window re-opens.

Boehly was responsible for conducting Chelsea's transfer activity in the summer and was keen to add star quality to the squad in Cristiano Ronaldo.

And the American could appoint Campos to help bring Ronaldo to West London, having clashed with Thomas Tuchel after the former boss rejected the chance to sign the Manchester United forward.

CR7 was keen to leave Manchester United in the summer and his team-mates believe the striker is angling for a January move, SunSport have revealed.


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Ronaldo was also said to be keen on joining Chelsea and could lead the line for Graham Potter's side if he signs in January.

He could be joined in attack by Neymar – a long-term Blues target.

Paris Saint-Germain reportedly offered the Brazilian to Chelsea on deadline day and Campos could make signing the winger a priority if he joins the Blues.

With Campos at the helm Chelsea would see an increased likelihood of landing PSG captain Marquinhos too, having previously been rejected by the defender.

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Adding the PSG pair to the squad would likely mean another huge outlay for Boehly – but he has shown he is prepared to spend big.

Last month Gary Neville accused the Chelsea owner of treating the club like he is playing football manager.

Boehly had a scattergun approach in the window and was forced into spending heavily on the likes of Marc Cucurella and Wesley Fofana after missing out on other transfer targets, such as Jules Kounde.

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