Most football teams are struggling to acquire new quality players this January transfer window inorder to change and improve their club. Some players are bought in contract form but under specific payments.
Thomas Tuchel will now be permitted to have his man compete for additional trophies, which is great news for all Chelsea supporters across the world.
Chelsea supporters may now smile as the star made a major disclosure about his future. The Club’s aim to sign defender Antonio Rüdiger to a new long-term contract could reach a breakthrough. This follows the German’s announcement that he intends to stay at Stamford Bridge.
The contract of the 28-year-old defender expires at the conclusion of the season, allowing him to engage with international clubs about a possible move abroad. The former Roma man, on the other hand, has spoken up about his future plans, declaring his willingness to sign a new contract with The Blues.
Toni is prioritizing his stay at the London-based club beyond this season, according to Bild journalist Christian Falk. While the club’s initial offer was rejected, all parties are continuing to negotiate in the hopes of reaching an agreement soon. Toni turned down the board’s £140,000-per-week offer since it fell short of his expectations (£200,000) by at least £60,000.
Fans were reassured by the center-dedication back’s to the club and Tuchel’s objectives.
“You know how the media likes to make stories out of these things by adding salt.” You will not hear from me until the final decision is made. We still have a lot of work to do at Chelsea this season, and I’m completely focused on the City game right now. “Everything else is being handled by my agent right now,” he told.