Chelsea chief confident of Toni Rudiger's new deal once the club sale goes through.

Chelsea chief confident of Toni Rudiger's new deal once the club sale goes through.

Chelsea chief confident of Toni Rudiger's new deal once the club sale goes through.

Chelsea chiefs are confident Toni Rudiger will sign a new deal once their sale goes through.

Germany defender Rudiger is understood to have drawn major interest from Real Madrid, Barcelona, Paris St Germain and Manchester United.

The 29-year-old is out of contract at the end of the season and his representatives have talked to some of Europe's biggest clubs about a possible switch from west London.

Rudiger has for some time vowed to leave the decision on his future until the end of the campaign, but interest from other clubs has remained consistent.

He is understood to want to continue working with Thomas Tuchel however, having hit new heights under the Blues' German boss, says PA Sport.

Chelsea's recruitment and retention has been halted by the strict operating terms after Roman Abramovich's UK Government sanctions.

The sale of the Stamford Bridge club should be complete in May though, which will allow the west Londoners to return to standard transfer business.
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