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Chelsea: Rudiger Could Move to Spurs, Why Salah Left Chelsea, Chelsea Fan Arrested After This

Antonio Rudiger

According to reliable sources, Antonio Rudiger could reportedly join Tottenham Hotspur as a free agent if negotiations with Chelsea over a new contract break down. Nuno Espirinto Santos is very interested in signing the defender and has accordingly sanctioned for plans to sign Rudiger.

Bayern Munich, Barcelona, and Tottenham are now jostling to sign the defender while Chelsea is struggling to reach an agreement with the defender over a new contract. Rudiger has expressed how flattered he is by the rumors but has maintained that his priority at the moment is seeing out his contract with Chelsea. Rudiger has demanded hefty salary demands but Marina Granovskaia is determined to reach a compromise with the defender very soon.

Mohammed Salah

Former Chelsea defender Filipe Luis recently recounted the day Mohammed Salah told him that he wanted to leave Chelsea because he was not getting enough playing time. Luis said that he was beyond shocked when Salah told him about the news because he had seen a lot of potential in the Egyptian attacker.

He even went ahead and said that Salah was like prime Messi during training sessions. Even to this day, he still wonders why Chelsea and Jose Mourinho allowed him to leave to Fiorentina. Mohammed Salah is currently one of the best attackers in Europe and his quality in football precedes his reputation. Many fans have agreed that offloading Mohammed Salah was a very big mistake but it cannot be taken back.

Fan Apprehended

A Chelsea fan recently pleaded guilty to seven counts of sending offensive messages to players and fans. The unnamed fan is facing a possible jail term not less than one year. His arrest and arraignment in court follow after Chelsea fans reported the Twitter user to the club’s official who investigated the allegations and collected substantial evidence against him. If convicted, he will become the first football supporter to be prosecuted for sending racial slurs and messages to fans and players.

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