For days, there have been rumors going on about the Chelsea star at Bayern Munich. He is said to have turned down a new contract with the Blues. It’s about astronomical amounts.
MUNICH/LONDON – The name Antonio Rudiger* has been chasing Zappinerstrasse for some time. In the past few days, the loose rumors have become a concrete diversion issue. Even Julian Nagelsmann allowed himself to rush to make a statement ahead of the Bundesliga match against Greuther Fürth*. The new Bayern coach admired Rudiger’s “aggressiveness” and joked that he would see if “there was still money in his wallet”. Now two media reports are fueling the flirtation – and in fact it seems to be all about the wallet.
The first media report comes from Germany. picture– Football coach Christian Falk mentioned on his podcast “Bayern-Insider” that the 28-year-old Blues defender was “completely open” to a move to FC Bayern*. Rudiger’s contract in London expires at the end of the season – and Falk said contract talks with Chelsea “would not go perfectly”. Accordingly, the national player demands an annual salary of more than ten million euros, but the winner of the tournament offers him only 8.5 million euros.
Bayern Munich: Antonio Rudiger is said to have turned down a new contract offer from Chelsea
aims in the same direction Mirror. A British newspaper reported that Rüdiger had recently turned down a new offer from Chelsea*. The reason must be fundamentally different salary expectations. while the Mirror The mention of the offer (£130,000 a week, just under €8m a year) is still somewhat with picture-Information, Rudiger’s salary forecast, mentioned in the report, goes beyond all limits.
Rudiger’s advisor is planning a contract worth 400,000 pounds (460,000 euros) per week, the statement said. Mirror. This will be approximately 24 million euros per year. The newspaper claims to have discovered that the German footballer wants to become “one of the best-paid defenders” and that he can only achieve this through change. According to the intended goals, it is called Mirror Bayern Munich and Juventus Turin.
FC Bayern: What salary will Munich resident Antonio Rudiger offer?
Both Nagelsmann and Rüdiger* denied that there were actually concrete conversations between Rüdiger and FC Bayern – this is simply forbidden during the season. Rüdiger’s advisor and half-brother Sahir Senesi has reportedly already been in contact with the Munich-based company.
The fact that Bayern Munich will be offering the defender more than 20 million euros a year is more than in doubt after failed contract negotiations with David Alaba *and recent statements by Bayern Munich president Herbert Hainer*. In addition to the German record champions, Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain are also interested parties – and the wallet has been known to loosen up there. (jo) * tz.de is a display from IPPEN.MEDIA