Chelsea striker, Antonio Rudiger is reportedly set to go away the London membership after agreeing on a four-year contract with Juventus value £5.4m a season.
The 29-year-old is out of contract on the finish of the season, and the Blues can not supply him an extension due to UK authorities sanctions positioned on membership proprietor Roman Abramovich.
Previous to the sanction, Rudiger had been rumoured to be contemplating a contract extension on the membership the place he has established himself as an distinctive expertise since becoming a member of for £31million from Roma in 2017.
In accordance with Italian outlet La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Germany worldwide has mentioned ‘sure’ to a transfer to Juventus.
The report additionally claims Rudiger ‘will signal a four-year deal’ with the Serie A giants as he prefers them over each Actual Madrid and Bayern Munich and he’ll earn round £5.4m per season.
Blues boss Thomas Tuchel admitted final week he fears Abramovich’s sale of membership may have an effect on negotiations with gamers who’re out of contract in the summertime.
‘The underside line is perhaps we will not assist it – it’s what it’s,’ Tuchel mentioned. ‘You by no means know perhaps it has a constructive impact on the negotiations or perhaps it has a damaging impact.
‘We can not predict and I would love to not predict on eventualities since you simply lose focus, however everybody has a unique scenario and feels totally different about it (the sale).
‘I hope for the very best final result nonetheless, I feel we’ve got one thing to supply nonetheless. Chelsea are a robust membership and can keep a robust membership.
‘Our proprietor determined to promote the membership however he sells a robust, stable, organised membership on the highest stage.’