Antonio Rudiger Was Mobbed By Fans In Sierra Leone … One Even Hopped on His Back To Have A Better Look At Him

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    Antonio Rudiger, one of the best center defenders in the world, isn’t one to back away from a fight.

    Antonio Rudiger Was Mobbed By Fans In Sierra Leone ... One Even Hopped on His Back To Have A Better Look At Him

    The German international is a crucial cog in manager Thomas Tuchel’s system. He acts as a wall to attackers, and getting past him is a huge conundrum in and of itself.

    Real Madrid, Bayern Munich, and Barcelona have all shown interest in Rudiger and will compete for his signing this summer.

    You have a feeling the centre-back would fit in well at all three clubs, and you’re ready to take on any challenge.

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    According to reports, Rudiger rejected down a £140,000-a-week offer from the Blues.

    The defender, who has won four major championships with the club, is expected to only consider a deal worth about £200,000 per week.

    The player has said that he is ‘dedicated’ to the club’s goals and objectives for on-field success.

    Antonio Rudiger Was Mobbed By Fans In Sierra Leone ... One Even Hopped on His Back To Have A Better Look At Him

    “Like usual, I’m totally dedicated to the cause,” the Blues centre-back told Sky Sports.

    “My side and the club are in talks, and that’s all you need to know.”

    But not even he was prepared for the welcome he got in Sierra Leone on his visit.

    What brought Antonio Rudiger to Sierra Leone?

    The Premier League is presently on recess for the winter. Chelsea’s next league match isn’t until February 19, however they do face Plymouth in the FA Cup on February 5.

    Rudiger has made the decision to make the most of his free time. He has been to Sierra Leone to establish the ‘The Antonio Rudiger Foundation For Sierra Leone.’

    Antonio Rudiger Was Mobbed By Fans In Sierra Leone ... One Even Hopped on His Back To Have A Better Look At Him

    His mother was born in Sierra Leone, and the centre-back is of Sierra Leonean descent.

    Last year, he told the Chelsea website that he was “extremely pleased” of this achievement.

    During the Covid-19 outbreak, he also delivered food and face masks to hospitals around the nation.

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