‘It’s over’ – Antonio Rudiger set to leave Chelsea with Man Utd in summer as Real Madrid lead transfer race

ANTONIO RUDIGER will definitely leave Chelsea in the summer, according to reports.

The 28-year-old will leave Stamford Bridge expiry of his contract – but it will not be for Manchester United.

Rüdiger will leave Chelsea after his contract expires


Rüdiger will leave Chelsea after his contract expiresPhoto credit: Getty

transfer expert Fabrizio Romano confirmed “it’s over” and there is no more hope for an extension of Rüdiger with the Blues.

There had been optimism Chelsea that Ruediger would agree to new terms after taking over the club – current sanctions mean they could not make an offer.

But the process is dragging on, and Rüdiger doesn’t want to wait until the sale is complete.

And now Romano claims the Germany international is “close to” reaching an agreement to sign real Madrid.

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Rüdiger is said to have lowered his wage demands to join the LaLiga side, with Carlo Ancelotti and Co confident of closing a deal.

After being associated with Manchester UnitedRudiger now appears destined to move to a club outside the Premier League, with the Red Devils ending their interest.

Transfer expert Romano claims United are “out of the running” for his signature, as is he Bayern Munich.

French giants Paris St Germain Should be interested in a free transfer, with Juventus are also interested.


But it’s Real Madrid who are currently the favorites to sign the German defender.

Talks between Madrid’s bosses and Ruediger’s representatives are said to have been ongoing since December.

Ruediger has played for 196 times Chelsea since Roma accession in 2017.

In his five years at Stamford Bridge he has helped the Blues win the Champions League, FA Cup, Europa League, Club World Cup and UEFA Super Cup. ‘It’s over’ – Antonio Rudiger set to leave Chelsea with Man Utd in summer as Real Madrid lead transfer race


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