Chelsea will lose one of their important players this summer after he reached an agreement with Real Madrid
The German made it known ahead of time that he would be leaving this summer despite how much he is loved by the fans at the club.
Chelsea failed to convince him to stay back by not raising his pay which was the only thing he asked for.
But Blues are considering their current financial problems which would actually be over in few days time when Todd Boehly is officially announced as the new club owner.
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It’s now too late for Chelsea to keep Rudiger who has currently reached an agreement with Real Madrid.
Although yet to be disclosed the fat pay Los Blancos will hand him but it’s understood to be a larger amount compared to what Chelsea offered.
Another sad thing that helped propel Rudiger’s exit could be the Blues contract terms for players about 30.
Rudiger would turn 30 in few months time and it’s likely Chelsea offered lesser contract years compared to the 4-years Real Madrid presented.
The transfer will be announced by the end of the season and Rudiger will move on to join his new club side, Real Madrid.