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Rudiger 'facing uncertain future' at Chelsea amid 'little movement' in talks over new deal

The Blues could use the hatchet on the German this mid year! 

As per the Daily Mail, Antonio Rudiger is confronting an unsure future at Chelsea in the midst of 'developing uncertainty' over his situation in Frank Lampard's drawn out plans pushing ahead. 

The 27-year-old's current arrangement at Stamford Bridge lapses in the late spring of 2022 and in spite of recommendations prior in the year that he could be offered another agreement, there has been 'little development' in talks over another arrangement. 

The Blues are 'yet to have any proper conversations' with Rudiger over another agreement, implying that his future in West London stays basically open to question. 

It has been guaranteed that Lampard is presently prepared to concentrate on reshaping his backline in the wake of making sure about huge cash bargains for Timo Werner and Hakim Ziyech, with West Ham's Declan Rice promoted as a practical goal.

Other than Rudiger, Chelsea have three senior place maneuvers in Andreas Christensen, Kurt Zouma and Fikayo Tomori, so plainly one of them should be relinquished to account for another signing.

Reports prior in the month asserted that Zouma could be the one to leave West London this mid year in the midst of enthusiasm from Tottenham and Everton, yet it presently appears as though Rudiger's future is in question also. 

The Germany worldwide lost his place in the beginning eleven after a cautious loathsomeness show in the 3-2 annihilation away at West Ham however was reestablished in the 1-0 win over Norwich as the Blues kept their first perfect sheet since the restart.

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