Antonio Rudiger Didn’t Move To Real Madrid Due To Chelsea Sanctions

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Antonio Rudiger is almost certain to join Real Madrid amid Chelsea’s inability to award him a new contract due to sanctions from the British government.

Crazy Ball – Antonio Rudiger revealed that the sanction imposed on Chelsea was not the reason he did not renew his contract at Stamford Bridge and then took him to Real Madrid.

The Blues had just suffered a painful loss to Liverpool in the FA Cup final when they missed out on penalties following misses to Cesar Azpilicueta and Mason Mount, their third successive FA Cup final loss.

Meanwhile, Chelsea are also struggling with the club’s situation amid the sanctions imposed by the British government as part of the asset freeze of club owner Roman Abramovich, with them ultimately unable to renew their players’ contracts.

As a result, Thomas Tuchel is now set to lose Andreas Christensen to Barcelona and Antonio Rudiger to Real Madrid, and even Cesar Azpilicueta and Marcos Alonso could also head for the exits at the end of the season.

While Fabrizio Romano has confirmed a move for the German defender to the Bernabeu at the end of this season, the 29-year-old has made it clear that his move to this season’s Champions League finalists was not due to Chelsea’s current sanctions problems.

“I don’t want to go too deep. There are opportunities, but sanctions are not a problem,” Antonio Rudiger told reporters when he was asked about his move to Real Madrid. Global Goals.

After losing in the FA Cup final, he later added, “It’s been five years with ups and downs as usual. There are a lot of positives, but that’s why I’m more frustrated because I want to have a different ending [dengan kemenangan piala].”