MU has to pay 30 million euros for Chelsea’s Rudiger
MU is required to pay 30 million euros in ‘pawn’ fees and a basic salary after tax of at least 6 million euros per season if they want to own Antonio Rudiger from Chelsea.
The German midfielder left Chelsea this summer when his contract expired, in the context of the club being banned transfer because of the British Government’s sanctions against owner Roman Abramovich.
|MU is interested in signing Rudiger, but they will have to think again when this central defender demands too high a ‘layout’.|
Before that, Rudiger was said to still prioritize staying at Stamford Bridge, just Chelsea meet salary requirements.
However, the two sides had not yet reached an agreement when a “storm” hit, so Rudiger, captain Azpilicueta and Christensen were among the players to leave at the end of the season.
There are many top clubs that want to own a talented midfielder, with MU, Real Madrid, Juventus and Bayern Munich, …
According to journalist Duncan Castles provided on the Transfer Window Podcast, MU or any team that wants to have Rudiger must pay a ‘layout’ fee of 30 million euros for this player:
“The price demanded by Antonio Rudiger’s agent is 30 million euros for the contract signing fee and the basic salary after tax of at least 6 million euros per year.“.
Here the basic salary is understood as excluding bonuses, add-ons, etc.
Know that signing a contract on a free transfer, the players always receive a ‘slippery’ fee. However, according to the assessment, Rudiger shouted the number too high, while he was also 29 years old.
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