Well, Chelsea is currently one of the European teams which has a good squad depth. Since Thomas Tuchel joined Chelsea, stars like Marcos Alonso and Antonio Rudiger have really impressed. According to Manchester United legend Rio Ferdinand, Chelsea defender Antonio Rudiger is currently the best center back in the world. The German international has shown his quality for the past several months and top clubs like Real Madrid, Bayern Munich and PSG are interested in him.
Well, it seems Chelsea might lose Antonio Rudiger during the next summer transfer window. According to sources, Bundesliga giants Bayern Munich have started making contacts with Rudiger now. Rudiger's contract with the Blues will expire next year June and it seems he will leave Stamford Bridge. Rudiger is expected to leave because he wants a weekly salary which is more than £200,000 while Chelsea are not willing to offer him the amount.
Bayern Munich have started making contacts with Rudiger's agent and it seems they are willing to pay him a weekly salary of more than £200,000. Well, this means that Rudiger might opt to join Bayern Munich next summer if Chelsea won't agree to his terms.
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