Rüdiger holding out on Chelsea contract – Hopes to double salary

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Rüdiger holding out on Chelsea contract – Hopes to double salary


Free to negotiate in the winter 

With a market value of €28 million, Antonio Rüdiger is among the most valuable players with an expiring contract. The 28-year-old is an important part of the Chelsea squad and in the form of his life. The defender has already rejected a first offer by the Blues—Rüdiger is hopeful he will receive a better offer next year. 

Includes 3 Germans: The most valuable center-backs with expiring contracts in 2022

8 Dan-Axel Zagadou | Borussia Dortmund | Market value: €18m

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As of: 15. September 2021

8 Luiz Felipe | Lazio | Market value: €18m

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5 James Tarkowski | FC Burnley | Market value: €25m

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5 Alessio Romagnoli | AC Milan | Market value: €25m

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5 Jason Denayer | Olympique Lyon | Market value: €25m

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4 Antonio Rüdiger | Chelsea | Market value: €28m

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2 Matthias Ginter | Borussia Mönchengladbach | Market value: €30m

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2 Andreas Christensen | Chelsea | Market value: €30m

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1 Niklas Süle | Bayern Munich | Market value: €35m

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The Telegraph reported on Wednesday, that Chelsea have offered a contract that would increase his salary from £100,000 to £140,000 per week. The right-footed defender is, however, aware that a free transfer in the summer could see him earn more than twice his current salary. 

There are no indications that negotiations between Chelsea and Rüdiger could achieve a breakthrough. Starting on January 1, 2022, the German national team defender is allowed to negotiate with other clubs about a potential transfer—and his new salary. Rüdiger is ready to test the waters before he begins negotiations with Chelsea. Among the clubs interested in the defender are Paris Saint-Germain, Real Madrid, Bayern Munich and Juventus





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