Tottenham looking to sign ex-Chelsea star Antonio Rudiger ‘this summer’ from Real Madrid as Antonio Conte wants defensive reinforcements
Tottenham have reportedly recognized Antonio Rudiger this summer time as a really perfect switch goal from Real Madrid.
Antonio Conte has been left livid together with his defence at Spurs this season after a depressing marketing campaign on the again and the switch window may present options.
Rudiger has been linked with a transfer to Spurs
In accordance to Fichajes, Tottenham are looking to probably sign Rudiger from Real Madrid this summer time – only a 12 months after transferring to the membership.
It’s additional said that the Germany worldwide has not settled nicely on the Bernabeu regardless of turning into a key participant below Carlo Ancelotti.
And Spurs are set to take benefit by attractive Real chiefs with a bid in the summertime below directions of Conte, who is aware of the centre-back nicely from his time at Chelsea.
It was the Italian that introduced Rudiger to Stamford Bridge in 2017 from AS Roma, the place he turned a fan favorite below Thomas Tuchel on their means to profitable the Champions League in 2021.
However Conte wants him in north London to bolster what has been a shambolic defence this season.
Tottenham have conceded 35 objectives this 12 months within the Premier League – greater than anybody else within the prime 10 by 5.
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Rudiger is on Conte’s wish list
Rudiger was a fan favorite at Chelsea
The likes of Eric Dier, Clement Lenglet and Sergio Romero have are available for criticism this marketing campaign whereas latest outcomes have proved that each one is just not nicely.
A 4-1 thrashing by the hands of Leicester led to talkSPORT host Jamie O’Hara lambasting the squad whereas Conte has made no secret of his need to spend extra money on the membership.
In the meantime, Real Madrid have already recognized a alternative within the type of Josko Gvardiol, who impressed on the World Cup.
The Croatia worldwide was chased by Chelsea and Manchester Metropolis final summer time however they missed out as the defender signed a brand new contract with RB Leipzig.
However that has solely delay suitors for one more 12 months whereas a transfer to Real would facilitate an exit for Rudiger, who has been reportedly pondering a return to the Premier League.
Conte is determined for defensive reinforcements
The 29-year-old appeared to go well with a three-at-the-back system below Chelsea, the place his swashbuckling runs have been accommodated by the added safety.
Nevertheless, it additionally stays to be seen whether or not Conte will stick round at Spurs longer than the present season together with his contract set to expire on the finish of the marketing campaign.
A lot may depend on whether or not or not Tottenham chief Daniel Levy offers the previous Italy boss cash to play with in the summertime.
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