Chelsea football club are struggling to get their star players renew contracts and commit their futures at the Stamford Bridge as some are frustrated with how the negotiations are being handled.
28 years old German defender Antonio Rudiger is currently in his last nine months at the Stamford Bridge, but it seems like he is not going to sign the extension as it is reported that the player is becoming impatient and furious with the board.
According to reliable BILD reporter Christian Falk, Antonio Rudiger is set to reconsider his future and might decide on signing a pre contract with a club from abroad after Chelsea's decision not to meet his contract demands.
Christian Falk stated: "It was always thought that they were in permanent talks, but we have now learned otherwise. In fact, at the start of training in the summer there were rather concrete negotiations, but Toni [Antonio] Rudiger must have felt the offer was almost an insult.
He would have expected something in double figures to be offered. Since then very little has actually happened, and this lack of effort is not going down so well with Toni at the moment."
Will Thomas Tuchel regret of Antonio Rudiger left the Stamford Bridge?
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