Antonio Rüdiger has announced that talks have begun to extend his contract with Chelsea. Meanwhile, Real Madrid and PSG are said to be watching the German international.
That reports Sky Sports. Paris and the Royal should therefore be clear that Rüdiger can sign a preliminary contract with a foreign club next January.
Meanwhile, Rüdiger, who has played at Stamford Bridge since 2017, has confirmed that talks have begun to extend his contract, which will expire in 2022. “As I said, I wanted to focus on the euro and when I return the talks can start. That is the case now. The talks have started and we will see what the time brings.”
Rüdiger should be aware that his upcoming contract will be the most important of his career. He told coach Thomas Tuchel that his full concentration belonged to the blues.
The 28-year-old, who won the European Supercup with Chelsea on Wednesday, has so far played 150 competitive games for the Londoners (seven goals, three assists). In 2019 he won the Europa League with Chelsea, last May the Champions League and on Wednesday the UEFA Supercup.