Chelsea and PSG to agree deal for the transfer of utility player

Chelsea football club will undoubtedly be keen on winning some more trophies under the management of Thomas Tuchel before the end of the 2021/2022 season.

Do remember that the West London club splashed the cash during the summer as they look to compete with the likes of Manchester City and Liverpool for the Premier League title this season.

And that is quite working out for Chelsea so far, as they are currently sitted in 3rd position on the Premier League table following their most recent 1-1 league draw at home to Everton on Thursday evening.

But now, Chelsea could be rocked with reports that experienced central defender Antonio Rudiger is in line to leave the club when the transfer window opens.

The 28-year-old Germany International, who joined Chelsea from Serie A side AS Roma in 2017 has been an important member of the first-team squad over the previous seasons.

The experienced centre-back was quite involved for Chelsea during the 2020/2021 season where he scored one goal and recorded one assist in 34 appearances in all competitions.

Antonio Rudiger has also started the ongoing season on a brilliant note and has scored two goals and created four assists in the 21 matches he has played so far.

But then, Antonio Rudiger has less than one year left on his current contract with Chelsea and having not signed a new contract, he could be planning on leaving the club next year.

And according to reports from Daily Mail, Ligue 1 giants Paris Saint-Germain are monitoring his contract situation at Chelsea as they aim to sign him when the transfer window opens.

The reports further claimed that Paris Saint-Germain want to improve their defensive options under Mauricio Pochettino and have now begin talks with the agent of Antonio Rudiger in order to secure a transfer move for him.

That said, it remains to be seen if Antonio Rudiger will have a change of mind and sign a new contract at Chelsea or he will be keen on leaving the club as a free agent when his contract expires in June 2022.

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