Huge news from Stamford Bridge as Chelsea and Bayern Munich to agree deal for the signing of a world-class player

German Bundesliga side, FC Bayern Munich and the UEFA Champions League winners, Chelsea could agree transfer deal for Blues star player in summer.

According to BUT, Antonio Rudiger is set to leave Chelsea next summer and join Bayern Munich on a free transfer this summer. It is understood that the German club have identified Rudiger as the ideal replacement for Niklas Sule who is leaving the German club at the end of the season.

Antonio Rudiger arrived at chelsea from Roma for an initial fee of £29m on a five-year deal and the German centre-back quickly established himself as a regular starter for the Blues and cemented a starting spot under several different managers at Chelsea. The 28-year-old made 172 appearances for the London club while scoring nine goals and providing seven assists in all competitions.

The German helped the English club win a host of trophies during his spell, including the Champions League, FA Cup and Europa League. But the defender has less than six months left on his deal and talks have reached an impasse as the club and player have failed to reach a compromise. So much so that Goal reported that Bayern Munich are preparing a contractual agreement that will see the German sign for the Bundesliga champions at the end of the season.

It is understood that the imminent departure of Nikalas Sule for Borussia Dortmund in the next summer transfer window forced the hand of the German club to sign a replacement in defense. The Bundesliga outfit will enter talks with Rudiger’s representatives in the coming weeks as they seek to formalize the move.

The London club have done their best to resolve Rudiger’s contract situation over the past few months, but a failure to agree will mean the German defender will leave Stamford Bridge after spending three years in England. Bayern will be looking to strike a deal for the Germany international quickly as they look to strengthen and strengthen their defensive options ahead of next season

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