Antonio Rudiger signs a four-year contract with Real Madrid.
The German defender leaves Stamford Bridge after winning the Champions League, Europa League, FA Cup, UEFA Super Cup and Club World Cup in the last five years.
The defender will be unveiled at the Bernabéu on June 20th.
He played around 54 games across all competitions last season, most by any Chelsea player and has been an integral part of Thomas Tuchel’s side.
A club statement read: “We bid farewell to Antonio Rudiger as he departs Stamford Bridge with his Chelsea contract expiring, bringing to a close his five trophy-filled years with the club.
“The German defender has left the Blues to join Real Madrid, having played a huge role in our successes in recent seasons. Rudiger lifted the FA Cup, Champions League, Europa League, UEFA Super Cup and FIFA Club World Cup with Chelsea, playing a crucial role in all those triumphs at the heart of our defence.
“Chelsea Football Club thanks Toni for his contribution to our success over the last five years and wishes him well in his future career.”
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