Antonio Rudiger ‘reveals’ his priority amid contract talks as Chelsea ‘near’ Sergino Dest deal
Antonio Rudiger’s future has been a hot topic for a while now, though it seems the German defender is keen to extend his stay at Stamford Bridge. Should Rudiger stay at Chelsea, he could soon be joined by Sergino Dest as Thomas Tuchel edges closer to a move for the Barcelona man. infoguidenigeria
Rudiger wants Chelsea stay
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Tuchel insisted in his post-match interview that Rudiger knows he can produce his best football at Chelsea, and Bild now report (via TeamTalk) that the German’s priority is to extend his stay at the club. A trusted source has reportedly told the German outlet that, although Rudiger’s initial wage request was rebuffed, he hopes a compromise can be reached.
Rudiger has had his ups and downs since moving to the club but he’s undoubtedly one of the most important players on Tuchel’s side and so hopefully the club and the player can reach an agreement in the near future.
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