The “Aristocrats” will let Rudiger go to Tottenham Hotspur. But they are asking the player to extend his contract.
Jose Mourinho plans to strengthen his defense before the transfer window closes.
After the Portuguese coach refused the transfer of Milan Skriniar from Inter, he switched to Jose Antonio Rudiger. The Tottenham boss wants to hire a German player.
As the British Standard writes, Chelsea are ready to let Rudiger go to the “Spurs,” but only if the player extends his contract with the club.
Rudiger will have a current contract with the “Aristocrats” until the summer of 2022. Chelsea officials want the player to extend his contract for at least one year.
Antonio Rudiger moved to Chelsea from Roma in the summer of 2017 in exchange for 35 million euros. In 115 matches played with the “Aristocrats” T-shirt, he stood out with six goals and two assists. Rudiger, along with Chelsea, managed to win the Europa League and the FA Cup.