The transfer market is hot and booming. Many transfers are going on currently in the market. However, there are a few transfers that have heated the market. These are transfer updates that are going to make a huge difference in the upcoming season. Antonio Rudiger, the backbone of the Chelsea defense is moving to Real Madrid. Gabriel Jesus, the striker from Manchester City is in talks with Arsenal. Here is an in-depth look at all the transfer updates:
Transfer Updates: Antonio Rudiger to Real Madrid:
The German defender Antonio Rudiger who was the backbone of the Chelsea defense for the past few years has moved to Real Madrid, the deal is done and only the formal announcement is left. It is a free transfer and Chelsea Football Club is not getting much benefit from the move. The formal announcement will not come immediately but will come at the end of the season.
Real Madrid was looking to fill the void of Sergio Ramos and Raphael Varane, they bought in David Alaba last season and now they are looking to rope in Toni Rudiger. Antonio was a crucial part of the Chelsea squad that won the Champions League last season. Antonio is a tall and strong man and to get beyond him is a tough task. He is amazing with aerial duals and has a good tackle precision. His passes are pin-point too. It is a 4-year deal and Antonio will be a part of the Real Madrid set-up till 2026. Carlo Ancelotti, the manager of Real Madrid played a crucial role in getting Antonio to the Bernabeu.
Gabriel Jesus in Talks with Arsenal:
Gabriel Jesus, the striker of Manchester City is expected to leave the club anytime soon. The reason for this could be the lack of game time for the striker. Manchester City has now signed Erling Haaland and his presence will lead to Jesus getting lesser time.
Gabriel Jesus is expected to move to Arsenal. Arsenal has Saka as an amazing striking option but they also intend to fill the void of Pierre Emerick Aubameyang. There are 6 other clubs according to Gabriel’s agent who is interested to sign the Brazilian.
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