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Sports: Chelsea are ready to let Antonio Rudiger leave the Club has Tottenham show interest and many others


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Antonio Rudiger to leave Chelsea before the transfer window close

 Antonio rudiger ready to exit Stamford bridge this season as mourinho side have become the favorite club to show an interest in signing the centre back "Antonio Rudiger" after blue boss Frank Lampard made the centre-back lack of playing on the pitch.

  The Germany international Man is understood to prefer a move off Stamford bridge due to Frank lampard tactical approach that would see the 27-years-old stay in the English Premier League, but Chelsea are wary of off-loading Antonio Rudiger to a direct competitor team for the top spots in the division.

  Staying in premier league would also be preferable for the defender, whose the player's family are feeling comfortable since his move to Stamford bridge "West London".

  Inter's Skriniar is Tottenham manager's top target but Antonio Rudiger is also on the list at Mourinho's target.   Chelsea centre-back "Antonio Rudiger" also has an interest from (PSG) Paris Saint-Germain and Roma to follow Pedro, while Barcelona are also interesting in signing the centre back, though the Germany Man is low down on the Catalan side's shortlist players.

  The probable exit of Antonio Rudiger comes after the blue boss "Frank Lampard" signed another centre-back "Thiago Silva" from Paris Saint-Germain (PSG), which led to the Germany international Man will lack of playing on the pitch and he's now fifth choice in the central defensive duty in the Club.

 For a time, it looked like another centre-back Fikayo Tomori would exit the club, having had interest registered from one of the premier league team "Everton" as they continue to strengthen the club and Rennes among many clubs, but his leaving has since been blocked.

  Chelsea are allowing their Germany international Man "Antonio Rudiger" to explore options with less than 1 week to go until the market window closes on 5 of October.

  Frank Lampard/Chelsea are aiming to reduce numbers in their team, which Chelsea boss "Frank lampard" has recently admitted is oversized. Alongside Antonio Rudiger's likely leaving, Ruben Loftus-Cheek is looking for a loan move after he was left out of the Squad in the last three matches and has interest from Aston Villa and West Ham.

  However, loftus-Cheek £150,000-a-week contract is a sizeable cost for the two clubs, who are looking for wage contributions from the Lampard Side to get a deal over the line. There is also a need for Chelsea to offload a full-back, with both Marcos Alonso and Emerson Palmieri seeing their futures in doubt after the signing left winger back "Ben Chilwell" from Leicester City. 

 Emerson palmieri looked set for Inter for some time, with a late moved expected from the inter manger "Antonio Conte's side, but Marcos Alonso's heated falling out with Frank Lampard at the weekend has thrown his future into uncertainty.

 Frank Lampard is said to have lambasted the Spain international in front of the squad as the Blues went 3-0 down against West Brom during the weekend and substituted him at half-time.

 Marcos Alonso watched the rest of the game from the team bus at the Hawthorns. In addition, despite interest from Bayern Munich, the blue will block any attempts from the German giants to sign Hudson-Odoi.

  Chelsea have previously shunned attempted moves and will do so again having signed the 19-year-old to a long-term contract. Still, Odoi has recently had some concerns around game time in recent weeks, having only had two starts since football returned after the UK lockdown. 

 The blue main transfer target late in the market is Declan Rice but West Ham have yet to receive an approach for the midfielder.  The Hammers are determined to block any attempts of a cross-city transfer this summer, although Chelsea are probably to retain a long-term interest in their former academy player... 

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