Latest Chelsea transfer rumours: Big Manuel Neuer hint, Antonio Rudiger update, Pedro interest

Here are your Chelsea transfer rumours for Thursday, April 9.

Blues open Rudiger contract talks

Chelsea have opened talks over a new long-term contract for defender Antonio Rudiger, according to Sky Sports.

The Blues are keen that Rudiger puts pen to paper on a new three-year deal at Stamford Bridge with an option of a fourth year.

However, due to the coronavirus pandemic, discussions between the two parties have been interrupted and a deal is not yet close.

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Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund are reportedly both keen to bring Rudiger back to his home country of Germany, according to the same report.

Roma interested in Pedro

Italian side Roma are interested in signing Pedro in the summer, with his current deal expiring at Stamford Bridge.

The Spaniard will be available to leave on a free transfer at the end of the season, and Corriere dello Sport, per TEAMtalk, report that Roma will offer the 32-year-old a deal that will more than half his wages.

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Roma will offer €3m-a-year, plus bonuses, to try and persuade the former Spain winger to move to the Italian capital.

Pedro is currently earning £100,000-a-week at Chelsea, meaning he’d be on about £50,000-a-week if he did sign for the Italian giants.

Chelsea handed Neuer boost

Bayern Munich goalkeeper Manuel Neuer is set to leave the club at the end of the season, according to Lothar Matthaus.

Neuer has been at Bayern for almost ten years and has played nearly 400 games for the Bundesliga champions during that period.

However, the German goalkeeper wants a new five-year deal at the club, and this is something Bayern are reluctant to offer him.

Speaking to Sky Deutschland, per the Daily Star, Matthaus believes all of the signs are pointing towards Neuer leaving the club.

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