Wednesday 6th October 2021.
Speaking during a press conference on Tuesday Rudiger stated that he is very happy at Chelsea and has no thoughts of leaving the club.
However responding to interest from Bayern Munich he reiterated that the rumours humbles him and that means he has done good things in the past months.
The Germany international is yet to sign a new contract with Chelsea but talks are still ongoing and an agreement will be reached.
Rudiger is at the prime of his career and has been demanding higher wages in the new contract. The defender wants at least 400,000 as wages per week.
He has been one of the best defenders in the world helping his team win the champions league and the super cup.
Chelsea are focused to keep him. Bayern Munich and Real Madrid have been keeping a close high on the situation of his contract at Chelsea.
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