- Antonio Rudiger has been one of the best players at Chelsea so far this season in the Premier League and other competitions
- And his brilliant performances have caught the attention of German side Bayern Munich who want his signature
- Paris Saint-Germain and Real Madrid are the other two sides who are interested in the signing of Antonio Rudiger
Bayern Munich have reportedly joined Paris Saint-Germain and Real Madrid in the race to sign Germany international Antonio Rudiger who has been in sparkling form for Chelsea this term.
The German giants are said to be aware that Antonio Rudiger has not signed a new deal at Stamford Bridge and they want to explore the chance of luring the big defender back to his country.
Antonio Rudiger's current deal at Chelsea will be expiring at the end of next summer and Thomas Tuchel who is the coach of the London based side wants the German to commit his future to the club.
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However, the talks are still in the preliminary stage as Antonio Rudiger has not decided if he would continue with Chelsea next summer or walk away.
Currently, the German is focused on helping the Blues this season in all competitions unlike he did last season when Chelsea won the Champions League title beating Man City.
Meanwhile, Antonio Rudiger and his teammates at Chelsea are currently topping the Premier League table and the Blues have not lost any game so far.
Antonio Rudiger sends big response to Super Eagles star Onazi
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Rejuvenated Chelsea defender Antonio Rudiger has responded to a troll by Super Eagles midfielder Ogenyi Onazi who stated that the defender likes ‘fight pass quarrel’.
Antonio Rudiger was the heat of the encounter between the Blues and Liverpool in a Premier League game that ended 1-1 on Saturday, August 28.
Kai Havertz had opened the scoring for Chelsea with a header in the 22nd minute before Mohamed Salah restored parity from the spot in first-half stoppage-time.
TalkSPORT reports that in added time, a corner from Andy Robertson caused havoc, with Joel Matip seeing a header come back off the bar before Reece James blocked Sadio Mane and substitute Diogo Jota on the line.