Chelsea star rejects contract offer and wants to leave the club, report claims

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Antonio Rudiger has reportedly rejected a contract offer from Chelsea and intends to leave the club.

Rudiger has been one of the best defenders on the planet this calendar year, with Thomas Tuchel’s arrival at Stamford Bridge giving him a new lease of life.

On the surface of it the German has no reason to leave the club, but with his contract due to expire in the summer of 2022, he is within his rights to consider his options.

A report by Todo Fichajes claims that Rudiger has done exactly that and come to the decision to take the next step in his career.

Antonio Rudiger has reportedly decided to leave Chelsea

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The report claims that Chelsea tabled a contract offer for Rudiger to consider, with the 28-year-old rejecting it and stating his intentions to move on.

Chelsea fans will wait for a more reputable source to report this information before giving up all hope of Rudiger sticking around, but the signs are not particularly positive.

As was reported by the Guardian at the end of last month, Chelsea attempted to get Jules Kounde through the door over the summer, but failed in their pursuit.

You wonder if they could revive their interest in the Frenchman, with the months ticking down towards the end of Rudiger’s contract.

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  1. There’s on thing to be emphasized. Good defender playing in a formation with a back three. We were tired to see his disastrous performances for Germany. Bad news for us, because he is well settled in the team but not difficult to find someone better than him.

  2. The two parties should understand each other and reach to an agreement we really want Antonio Rudiger to stay at the club

  3. Rudiger so far is the best center back in the EPL, Chelsea board should never allow him leave but instead they should push talks about the matter.

    1. rudiger has set his eyes on a higher ground , i think they is no going back,,it may end up a bad market if Chelsea abide to all his demand

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