Chelsea central defender Antonio Rüdiger is said to be in the sights of Paris Saint-Germain management.
Entering his final year of contract with the London side, the 28-year-old is still unsure about his future. Considered one of the best in his role in the Premier League, the German will be spoiled for choice in the upcoming summer transfer market. In addition to being able to extend his lease with the Blues, Antonio Rudiger could decide to join one of its two big European contenders.
According to information from Goal, the former central defender of l’AS Roma would be followed by the Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain. The two European leaders will wait for the 01is next January to begin negotiations with the representatives of the German. Determined to significantly increase his salary, the latter should not stay in England. Chelsea officials are reportedly not against his departure. They are already busy for his succession with the French central defender, Jules Koundé.
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