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Chelsea star Rudiger ‘demanding £115k-a-week plus sign-up bonus’ from next club amid Man Utd transfer interests

ANTONIO RUDIGER has reportedly set out his salary demands for his Chelsea contract to expire this summer.

The 29-year-old is unlikely to renew his current contract at Stamford Bridge.

Ruediger has reportedly laid out his demands ahead of a possible move in the summer

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Ruediger has reportedly laid out his demands ahead of a possible move in the summerCredit: Alamy

Rudiger wants a wage of £115,000 a week plus a sign-up bonus to secure his services, according to the Spanish outlet Sports.

Manchester United are one of several teams reportedly interested in securing Ruediger’s services.

Recent reports point to the Germany international wants to speak to the club’s next permanent manager before considering a move to Old Trafford.

Elsewhere Barcelona have also emerged as potential applicants.

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Rudiger’s agent Sahr Senesie met with Barca bosses last week to discuss the terms of a deal.

It was there where the Chelsea Star’s wage demands are said to have been made clear to the LaLiga side.

Further talks between Senesie and Barca were scheduled after the club failed to meet Ruediger’s initial wishes in the first round of talks.

The Spanish giants are unable to pay the just under £6million-a-year required to sign the defender.

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In addition to Manchester United, real Madrid and juventus were also associated with a move.

But so far no club has submitted an offer that meets Rüdiger’s requirements.

https://www.thesun.co.uk/sport/18153681/antonio-rudiger-chelsea-contract-demands-man-utd-transfer/ Chelsea star Rudiger ‘demanding £115k-a-week plus sign-up bonus’ from next club amid Man Utd transfer interests

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