Antonio Rudiger has entered the last year of his agreement and talks are continuous with Chelsea over another contract. Chelsea coach Thomas Tuchel has said he doesn't know the eventual fate of Rudiger, adding the Germany global has "relatively few reasons" to leave the club. "I trust that they find an agreement, yet it's not just among coaches and players," he clarified. "It's between the club and the player's representative.
Rudiger has entered the last year of his agreement and talks are continuous with Chelsea over another arrangement. Chelsea are probably going to need to make the defender Antonio Rudiger among the most paid players at the club in case they are to keep him at Stamford Bridge.
Sky Sports News has been told six of European football's top clubs are prepared to offer Rudiger a pre-contract in January in front of a free transfer.Rudiger loves Chelsea and will keep on giving 100%, however - at 28 - will survey every one of his choices prior to focusing on what he accepts will be the greatest and most significant agreement of his career.
Last week, Thomas Tuchel demanded he was loose over the fate of Rudiger, adding the Germany worldwide has "very few reasons" to leave the club."I trust that they discover an answer yet it's not just among mentors and players," he clarified. "It's between the club and the player's representative.
Rudiger has restored himself as a central member at Chelsea under Tuchel and played the entire go through the knockout stages to win the Champions League in May.
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