Chelsea defender Antonio Rudiger finally revealed how the club sanction plays important role in his departure
However, it has been confirmed, that Rudiger will leave Chelsea this summer transfer
According to transfer expert, Fabrizio, Ruidger will join the La Liga Champions Real Madrid this summer
With a deal already agreed for him to join his former Chelsea teammate Eden Hazard at Real Madrid
After joining the Blues back in 2017 for an estimated fee of £27 million, Rudiger has gone on to win a total of five trophies in west London, the biggest of which came last year when he lifted the Champions League
As quoted by the Daily Mail, Rudiger opened up on his exit from the Blues in a recent interview, detailing what role the sanctions had to play in his departure.
“My decision came to the point, to be honest, in March,” he said. “The sanctions were something nobody saw coming. It is easy to blame it on that, too easy
” For me, there was a gap between August and January, and that made me think “what’s going on”.
“You get pressure from other teams because it’s January and people don’t know what’s happening
“And you would have to wait until June because you have a contender to take over the club but even today you cannot talk to him because you have to go through Government stuff and everything
“I didn’t want to wait until June to sort out my future because it’s been almost a year of uncertainty.”
His contract with Chelsea ends this summer after brilliant years at the club winning the Champions League and co
Indeed, Rudiger has played an important role at Chelsea since the appointment of Thomas Tuchel
Many said Tuchel unlock his abilities, and Rudiger also confirmed it