Shocking! The Disagreement between Juventus and Chelsea man over personal terms

Juventus are allegedly struggling to come to a total agreement over contract terms with Chelsea centre-half Antonio Rudiger.

The German star now has less than three months left on his present contract at Stamford Bridge and will be free to depart in July should the Blues fail to extend his deal.

Sanctions placed on the Russian oligarch Roman Abramovich means that his club cannot offer the player a new contract, and the likes of Juventus, Bayern Munich and Barcelona have all been linked with a move.

However, days after it was stated that Blaugrana would not stump up Antonio’s wage demands, Corriere Torino – via The Mirror – states that the 28-year-old star’s requested salary could also scupper a switch to I Bianconeri.

The report continues, by saying that the ex-Roma defender is after at least another £2.5 million per year on the offer that the Old Lady have tabled, while the centre-back could also demand a signing-on sum of at least £2 million to make the move to Turin.

Massimiliano Allegri’s side are still regarded as the frontrunners for his services, and Rudiger has enjoyed a productive campaign at Stamford Bridge with four goals and four assists in 45 matches.


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