Chelsea Football Club is one of the most well-known football teams in the entire globe. Since Roman Abramovich acquired ownership of the club in 2003, the Blues have had tremendous success. The Russian billionaire has made significant financial investments in the Chelsea Football Club. Chelsea's players are paid a large sum of money on a weekly basis, and this is one of the reasons for this. There are some Chelsea players, on the other hand, whose weekly wages should be enhanced. Here are three examples of them.
Having joined Chelsea during the summer transfer window of 2020, Mendy has been in outstanding form since his arrival at the club. It is now widely believed that the Senegalese goalkeeper is one of the most highly respected African players in the English Premier League. As a result of his outstanding performance under the guidance of Thomas Tuchel, Chelsea have enjoyed tremendous success. Edouard Mendy, on the other hand, gets a weekly wage of £52,000 at Stamford Bridge, according to Spotrac.com data. This amount should be increased by the club. The reason for this is that Mendy is currently considered to be one of the top goalkeepers in the English Premier League.
2. Antonio Rudiger
He is set to have his current contract expire at the end of the current season. Since the appointment of Thomas Tuchel as head coach in January, Antonio Rudiger has been in outstanding form. The German central defender is presently paid a weekly salary of £100,000, which is the highest in the world. This figure was published in a release by Spotrac.com, which can be found here. His remuneration, on the other hand, should be boosted in order to persuade him to sign a new deal at Stamford Bridge in the future.
3. Andreas Christensen
His predicament is strikingly comparable to that of Antonio Rudiger. This is due to the fact that his contact information will expire at the conclusion of the current campaign. According to a recent report by Spotrac.com, he earns £80,000 a week on a contract basis. The club should therefore enhance his weekly wage in order to entice him to sign a new contract with them.
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