The crazy contract that Rüdiger asks Chelsea to renew

The soap opera does not seem to end with summer getting closer. Antonio Rudiger still not renewing his contract with the Chelsea, who is trying at all costs to be able to extend the German’s bond that ends when the current European football season ends. But the situation is getting more and more complicated.

The center-back, consolidated as one of the best in the world in his position since Thomas Tuchel arrived in London last season, has rejected several offers to renew with the Blue team because they do not finish meeting their economic demands. Everything seems to indicate that, if they do not offer him what he wants, he will pack his bags and change clubs, despite the fact that several have ruled out signing him due to what he is asking for as salary.

The crazy contract that Rüdiger asks Chelsea to renew

As reported The Athletic, Chelsea are willing to make a new offer of 140 thousand pounds per week to try to convince Antonio Rüdiger in the coming weeks, but at the same time they confirm that the player wants a salary of 225 thousand pounds plus bonuses per week, which means double what the current European champion is willing to pay. He wants a contract of more than 20 million pounds, which would color him as one of the highest earning players in the Premier League.

There is no doubt that the German’s performance deserves a significant salary upgrade compared to what he earns now, but Chelsea are not willing to meet his demands at the moment, despite the fact that they could lose him for free in a few months. A case similar to that of Andreas Christensen, who also ends his contract in the summer.

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The club is looking for options to be able to strengthen its defense in the summer in the face of any casualties it may have in the same period. Names like Jules Koundé (Seville) and Wesley Fofana (Leicester City) are the most popular, although there are also rumors about Sven Botman (Lille), Matthijs De Ligt (Juventus de Turin), Éder Militao (Real Madrid) and Ronald Araujo (FC Barcelona).

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