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Top European Giants Offer Massive N3.3billion To Sign Important Chelsea Star Also Wanted by Barcelona
- Chelsea are now on the verge of losing strong defender Antonio Rudiger as Paris Saint-Germain are interested
- Paris Saint-Germain want to bolster their defence at the end of the season and feel Antonio Rudiger will be a good addition
- Antonio Rudiger and his teammates at Chelsea are currently occupying the second position on the Premier League table
Paris Saint-Germain who are French giants have reportedly offered a massive £6m per year which is around N3.3billion for them to sign strong Chelsea defender Antonio Rudiger this summer.
Antonio Rudiger is no doubt one of the best central defenders in the world considering his performances so far since joining Premier League side Chelsea.
Last season, his impressive game helped the Blues to win the Champions League title and he has also continued with his perfect form which has made him a target for some clubs in Europe.
When will Antonio Rudiger's contract at Chelsea expire?
Antonio Rudiger's current contract with Chelsea will expire at the end of the season and Chelsea chiefs are trying their best to make him sign another deal so as not to lose him for free.
The report added that Antonio Rudiger's interest is in Real Madrid, but the Spanish side have not made an offer for his signature.
What is Chelsea's position on the Premier League table?
After 21 games played so far this season in the Premier League, Chelsea are occupying second position with 43 points and 10 points behind leaders Manchester City.
Chelsea star Kai Havertz breaks finger while scoring vs Tottenham
Earlier, Sports Brief had reported how Chelsea forward Kai Havertz is nursing a finger injury suffered while scoring for Chelsea against Tottenham Hotspur.
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The German was on target as the Blues stunned Spurs in the first leg of their Carabao Cup semi-final clash staged at Stamford Bridge on Wednesday night, January 5.
The 22-year-old put the home side ahead inside five minutes of action before Ben Davies directed the ball into his own net to hand Thomas Tuchel's men a comfortable win.
Havertz is now understood to hurt himself as he scored the opener as he latched onto the end of a pass from Marcos Alonso and his effort turned in by Davis Sanchez.