Rudiger sends urgent message to Marina Granovskaia as Broja takes Chelsea’s decision
All eyes are on Chelsea and Marina Granovskaia to take bold steps in handling the contract deals of two world-class players as they take transfer decisions away from Stamford Bridge.
Broja has been in great form on loan with Southampton this season but is refusing to rule out a move away from Stamford Bridge in the summer.
“Chelsea starlet and Arsenal target Armando Broja is refusing to rule out the possibility of a move away from Stamford Bridge ahead of the summer transfer window, Express Sport has learned.
“Broja is spending the season on loan at Southampton and has turned plenty of heads with his impressive performances for his temporary employers in recent months.
“Express Sport has been told by a source that he is open to all options this summer and would not be prepared to rule anything out at this point in time.”
Antonio Rudiger’s contract will expire at Stamford Bridge at the end of the 2021-22 season and the player has put the pressure on Chelsea, claiming it is up to them whether he stays or.
Speaking to The Athletic, the defender said: “I feel great here, I have always said it. I think the way I play you can see that I’m happy here. But there are also other people who have to make decisions.”
The report also states: “Talks stopped for months until Chelsea reached out in late December to reach a new agreement. There is a bit more positivity on both sides that something could still be finalised but Rudiger feels the hold-up so far has been caused by the club.”