Despite the fact that Antonio Rudiger’s future at Chelsea is up in the air, Thomas Tuchel seriously thinks his goal celebration exemplifies how pleased the defender is at the club.
Rudiger managed to score the game’s first goal in the 1-4 loss to Brentford, a long-range attempt in the 48th minute before the Bees decided to respond with a bombardment of goals.
After scoring, the Germany international sprinted up to Tuchel and hugged him before being crowded by the rest of the team.
With his deal at Stamford Bridge ending this summer, Rudiger seems to be the center of considerable transfer rumors, with Bayern Munich and Real Madrid reportedly expressing interest in his services.
The condition has been confounded even more by Blue’s ownership situation, with the UK government freezing the assets of the due to soon leave Roman Abramovich, restricting the club from buying or selling players.
Rudiger’s embrace with Tuchel, on the other hand, proposed that he’s still happy at the club where he has won the UEFA Champions League.
When Tuchel was asked about what he thinks the celebration by Rudiger implies, the coach said “If you want to read something into it, you can read something into it. I was surprised he came to me to celebrate. He was maybe surprised that the ball went in because he tried so many times.”
He then continued by asserting “But yeah, it was a nice moment. You could see how happy he is, you could see how everybody was happy with him and what it meant to him and what it meant to us”