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Chelsea supporters have taken to social media to react to speculation that Frank Lampard could Cristiano Ronaldo.

Now, we have been busy over the past few weeks, signing players, agreeing possible deals and even opening talks with possible signings, as Frank Lampard needs to improve on his current side.

That has led to alot of speculation about the type of players that could be signed in the summer, But the latest rumour has  fans in a frenzy as there is a suggestion they may sign Ronaldo.

But despite the fact this deal will never happen, some  fans are dreaming of the 35-year-old running out at Stamford Bridge next year.

“Ronaldo is coming to Chelsea???!!!” One person tweeted.

And another added: “Wait is Ronaldo coming to Chelsea??”

While a third wrote: “Cristiano Ronaldo to Chelsea here we go.”

The majority of Blues supporters are not buying talk of Ronaldo’s proposed move to west London.

“The idea Ronaldo going to Chelsea is comical,” one supporter said.

Another added: “Buying a washed out Ronaldo for the same price that you could get a future ballon d’or winner in Sancho is such a Chelsea thing to do.”

A third commented: “Of course it is, don’t see Chelsea paying £120m for a 35 year old yes it’s Ronaldo but for that money plus age I doubt it.”

While a further user tweeted: “Where are these talks about Chelsea offering for Ronaldo coming from? I’m not taking them seriously but there’s no smoke without a flame right?”

And another wrote: “Chelsea have been linked with a move for Cristiano Ronaldo.

NEVER GOING TO HAPPEN…SILLY RUMOUR!

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