Rudiger, meeting his former team, “I don’t think it’s the Chelsea I used to play for”

 For Antonio Rudiger, Chelsea has become an unfamiliar team.

Real Madrid will face Chelsea in the first leg of the quarterfinals of the UEFA Champions League in the 2022-23 season held at the Santiago Bernabéu at 4 am (Korean time) on the 13th.

Chelsea have invested £600 million (approximately 981 billion won) after the arrival of new owner Todd Boelli to recruit the best players. It was a huge investment that surprised everyone.

But the team hasn’t changed. Still 11th in the league table, Chelsea eventually sacked manager Graham Porter. Interim manager Frank Lampard has been appointed, but Chelsea are still showing their worst performance.

Rudiger, who played for Chelsea, is unfamiliar with such a team. “Chelsea has changed a lot. I don’t know what to expect. I don’t think it’s the Chelsea I played for.”

“I expect Chelsea to show good performance because they have good players. But I don’t know what we’re going to check.토토사이트 It’s not an easy match, but we are Real.”

Real Madrid is the team that has won the most Champions League titles. Currently in Spanish La Liga, it is in second place behind rival Barcelona, ​​but it has always shown a strong appearance in the Champions League.

Many are expecting Real to pull off an easy win over Chelsea. It is noteworthy how Rudiger will show against his former team, Chelsea.

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