Real Madrid and Paris Saint Germain are already setting things up for possible Antonio Rudiger move, MySportDab reports.
A move away from Stamford Bridge could be the end of the day as talks for a new deal aren’t going well for the defender.
Antonio Rudiger is currently being monitored by Paris Saint Germain and Real Madrid as his situation with Chelsea not looking good behind the scene.
The German international current contract will expire at the end of the season 2022 as he is open to a new deal only if they meet his demands.
With the Blues still interested in Jules Kounde they will be looking to use him as a replacement for the German in case things don’t work out.
Chelsea have opened talks with Antonio Rudiger over a new contract but remain cautious over his demands due to their policy in extending players deal nearing 30.
Both Paris Saint-Germain and Real Madrid keeping an eye on the situation with the solid defender who might be open to leaving if no agreement is reached.
Either of both teams will be able to sign the Germany international in January on a pre-contract agreement, with his current deal expiring in the summer of 2022 this season.
Despite interest from abroad, reports reaching us from Goal can confirm that the 28-year-old would be happy to stay put in London as long as his contract demands are met.
Rudiger is believing this will likely be the last big-money deal of his career which is why it taking long for him to conclude an accept a new deal.
The defender was in action as Chelsea claimed a narrow 1-0 Win against Zenit Saint Petersburg last night in the Uefa Champions League.