Chelsea and German central defender Antonio Rudiger is reported to be open for a permanent switch to Bundesliga heavyweight Bayern Munich next summer after the club has failed to meet his contract extension demands.
The blues are reported to have offered the 28 year old a salary increment of £150,000 per week but the defender is said to be demanding more amount close to £200,000 per week in which Chelsea are yet to approve.
Antonio Rudiger is currently serving his last 12 month as a Chelsea player since his contract is set to come to an end on June next year, which will see the German international walking out of the Stamford Bridge as a free agent.
Rudiger is currently on £100,000 per week and has been impressive since Thomas Tuchel joined last season, which has made top clubs like Real Madrid, Paris Saint Germain, Barcelona and Bayern Munich monitoring closely for his signature.
Rudiger want the salary offer of £8.5 million to be improved for him to extend his stay at the Stamford Bridge, but till today the blues are still reluctant to increase the amount which could see him with no other option but to wave a goodbye to the Chelsea fraternity next summer.
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