It's the final season of Antonio Rudiger's contract with Chelsea and transfer talks have stalled between the pair. The German defender wants nothing less than €400,000 per week pay if he will remain in England and Chelsea are not showing any signs of offering such gigantic fee for his services.
Ngolo Kante is Chelsea's most paid player and Rudiger wants to be given the same offer as the French man if he will consider staying and signing another contract at Stamford Bridge.
Antonio Rüdiger is set to make himself one of the highest paid defenders in World football and this is understandable considering his age and how less of a chance he gets to increase his wage bill as the days go by.
The Chelsea centre-back is free to talk to clubs from January, with German Bundesliga champions, Bayern Munich interested in signing him. Italian Serie A giants, Juventus are also keen on bringing the 28 year old to Turin as a replacement for their old men center back pairing who could depart the club anytime from now.
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