Premier League: 5 key Chelsea players who Chelsea hope will sign new contracts to continue purple patch

Premier League: 5 key Chelsea players who Chelsea hope will sign new contracts to continue purple patch
Premier League: 5 key Chelsea players who Chelsea hope will sign new contracts to continue purple patch

Premier League: 5 key Chelsea players who Chelsea hope will sign new contracts to continue the purple patch- Chelsea has been phenomenal in the 2021/22 Premier League campaign so far. They are unbeaten and have only drawn 1 match against Liverpool in which they were down to 10-men at halftime. Chelsea is expecting to obtain the signatures of several important players after the deals for center-backs Andreas Christensen and Antonio Rudiger are finalized.

Midfielders N’Golo Kante and Jorginho are both in the final two years of their contracts and are anticipated to be awarded new contracts. Furthermore, Mason Mount has maintained influence and is also expected to be compensated with a new deal after he ascertained himself as a starter for club and country.

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Premier League: 5 key Chelsea players who Chelsea hope will sign new contracts to continue the purple patch-

Academy product Christensen is assumed to be connecting in on a long-term deal which will merit him around £120,000 a week. He was very impressive in last season’s Champions League success and Tuchel has reportedly made it clear to Chelsea bosses Marina Granovskaia and Petr Cech that the 25-year-old will be a fundamental part of his plans going forward.

The German international Rudiger is considered to be wanting around £200,000 a week and Tuchel even declared last week that talks have been postponed.

Antonio Rudiger in the last year of his contract, and with the form that he is in, from January he will be able to talk to other clubs and could probably leave on a free with PSG and Real Madrid monitoring his situation.

Tuchel said: “I hope that they find solutions, but it’s not only between coaches and players, and what we wish for. And that’s why it’s between the club and the player’s agent at the moment. He’s in the strongest league in Europe, in a big club, so not many reasons to change that. But in the end, it’s between him and the club, and that’s in good hands.

Premier League: 5 key Chelsea players who Chelsea hope will sign new contracts to continue the purple patch-