Antonio Rudiger turned down a new Chelsea contract as he demanded a pay increment. He has been an outstanding player for Thomas Tuchel so far but the blues are risking to lose him. They refuse to meet his demands and given his talent, he will not lack a club. Chelsea were offering the fan favorite player a£130,000 per week deal. Lukaku is the same age as Antonio Rudiger but he gets £350,000 per week.
Antonio Rudiger and his representatives are keeping their options wide open. The funny man has attracted intrest from big clubs like Real Madrid, Bayern Munich and Juventus. He is unlikely to move to Juventus given his demands and the clubs financial situation. Bayern are willing to make him one of the highest paid defenders come January. When asked about his future, Antonio Rudiger said, “For me, this will be the most important decision of my professional career, so I won’t rush anything. Personally, I haven’t spoken to any club other than Chelsea.”
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