Chelsea and FC Porto will lock horn in the prestigious UEFA Champions League quarter final as the two teams fight for a place in the last four.
Porto won their last league match against Portimonense on Sunday, in a match that ended two goals to one, in favor of Porto.
Chelsea are planning to improving their squad and have therefore shown interest in Porto winger ahead of summer transfer window.
The Mexican has been on Chelsea’s radar since 2019, as a matter of fact, the winger’s agent confirmed that Chelsea were one of the clubs that contacted the player last season.
The £29,000-a-week player has played 40 appearances this term and has scored three goals and registered 11 assists.
However, according to a report, Chelsea could announce the signing of the world class winger who is valued at the region of €30m.
Jesús Manuel Corona Ruíz is a Mexican professional footballer who plays as a winger or right-back for Primeira Liga club Porto and the Mexico national team. He is popularly known by his nickname “Tecatito”. Corona began his career in 2010 with Monterrey, playing with the club for three years before moving abroad