2021 summer transfer window was perfect for English Premier league clubs, but 2022 summer will be more entertaining due to the deals that are speculated to be completed.
Several top clubs might loose their top players on free transfers as they are currently in their final years of their contracts and are not showing any signs of extending the contracts.
According to reliable Spanish outlet Todo Fichajes and Express Sports news reports, Real Madrid will try to lure Antonio Rudiger from Chelsea on a free transfer.
Fiorentin Perez is known for his tactics of luring top players into joining Real Madrid on a free transfer with David Alaba being a good example of a top player to be signed on a free.
The reports claim that Real Madrid will urge Antonio Rudiger to snub contract extension at the Stamford Bridge for him to sign for them when his contract runs out in the summer.
The Spanish giants will try and lure several players including Kylian Mbappe which will give them an upper hand to convince the players on their project.
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