Juventus not happy with contract demands of Chelsea defender Rudiger

Juventus could still be £2.5million away from meeting Rudiger’s required salary.

Juventus are not happy with the contract demands of Chelsea defender Rudiger who is supposed to leave Stamford Bridge this summer.

Chelsea offered him an extension but Rudiger is demanding more wages. He has now turned off the Serie A giants with his contract demands.

The Germany international will see his contract expiring in June and he hasn’t signed any deal with Chelsea.

According to Corriere Torino, Juventus are struggling to match Rudiger’s demands. The report adds that the Italian club could still be £2.5million away from meeting the German’s required salary.

And that’s before the negotiation of a signing on fee, which could amass an extra £2m as an incentive to encourage the defender to join forces at Juventus.

Rudiger is also linked with Real Madrid and Bayern Munich. He is finding a club that can meet his demands.

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