Antonio Rudiger is really demanding a whopping sum of money for him to remain at the bridge, a reported £45M for a period of his stay with the club.
As per Marca Football, The Defender has made up his mind to get much closer to a deal worth over £45M for him to pledge his allegiance to the Champion of Europe.
The contract issues has tied down both the defender and the club in the middle of no where, they’re trying to get the deal done in any time soon.
Lately, is known the defender contract will be off the table by the end of the summer and a transfer away from Stamford Bridge on free move will be activated.
Money Talks Now
Rudiger has been an excellent player for Tuchel’s side and in order for him to stay closely by his side, he wanted not as much of his pay rise.
This may sounds so simple, but the details encompass into this deal makes it more difficult to be finalize.
He want around £180,000 to £200,000 a week wages, which is huge as the double of his current wages at the club.
The Marca reveals the Chelsea best offer of deal is around £135,000 a week wages, although the Althletic made known is closer to £140,000 a week.
On the other way round the money is that much and some player won’t think twice to jump at the offer on the table.
However, the German defender feels he should be rewarded with much greater reward for his effort over the previous 12 month now.
Best in the business
Not many people can question the Defender effectiveness and his importance to the club and his manager Tuchel. After being left out of Frank lampard novel but Rose to stardom again under the new manager.
Looking around, he has been considered as one of the finest defender in the world right now with great deal of success.
If the club decide to let him go, they will struggle effortlessly on his class and character he shows both on and off the pitch, this two things truly differentiate from the others.
It might even cost the blues more to buy a replacement with huge wages at hand, they really need to think twice.
Thought on this for a moment, Marina Gravianskia