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Real Madrid Optimistic Rudiger Transfer As Chelsea Star Snubs Contract Extension At Stamford Bridge

The Germany protector isn't keen on expanding his visit at the Premier League side and is needed by a few top European clubs. 

Real Madrid are hopeful with regards to their odds of marking Antonio Rudiger and are focusing on a move for the Chelsea player as they hope to work on their safeguard, GOAL has learned. 

The 28-year-old focus back's agreement at Stamford Bridge will terminate in the late spring of 2022 and he has no aim of recharging his arrangement. 

Chelsea have since quite a while ago focused on expanding Rudiger's agreement, even above attempting to sign Raphael Varane from Real Madrid before he joined Manchester United in the last exchange window. 

For what reason will Rudiger leave Chelsea? 

Mentor Thomas Tuchel has been engaged with attempting to persuade the Germany global to focus on new terms, yet the mission seems unthinkable. 

The last proposition the Blues made was around €8 million (£7m/$9m) net each year, yet Rudiger knows that he would in any case be paid not as much as colleagues like Ruben Loftus-Cheek, Kepa Arrizabalaga, Marcos Alonso, Timo Werner, Thiago Silva, Kai Havertz and Romelu Lukaku. 

For what reason would Real Madrid like to sign Rudiger? 

After the arrival of Carlo Ancelotti as mentor, Madrid have been talking about a move for another focal protector. 

Rudiger is the favored competitor and the Santiago Bernabeu side desire to add him to any semblance of Eder Militao, David Alaba and Nacho to support the position. 

What are Real Madrid's odds of marking Rudiger? 

Madrid have concentrated on different choices in their chase after another middle back, yet they are hopeful with regards to marking Rudiger notwithstanding different obstructions that substitute their direction. 

One of those is that Rudiger's agreement circumstance makes him desired by a few top groups in Europe, with Bayern Munich and Paris Saint-Germain likewise watching out for advancements in west London. 

Another issue, which Bayern will likewise battle with, is the trouble of satisfying his compensation needs, as media in England and Germany guarantee he needs around €12m (£10m/$14m) net per season.


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