BLUES defender Antonio Rudiger has reportedly received an offer of £6 million per year to join Mauricio Pochettino's PSG.

The German will become a free agent in the summer when his contract with Chelsea expires unless it is extended.

This is currently looking unlikely as the two parties have hit an impasse in contract negotiations.

Spanish side Real Madrid had been the frontrunners for Rudiger but reports in Spain have suggested that the player and club are yet to reach an agreement over a deal.

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It is now believed that the 28-year-old could move to PSG as they have submitted an offer for Rudiger.

According to reports in France, a contract worth £6 million per year, as well as an expected signing on fee, could tempt the defender into a deal.

Rudiger's preferred option is believed to be a move to Madrid but PSG's offer could be enough to win his signature.

Blues manager Thomas Tuchel is hopeful he will be able to keep hold of his star defender as he has been a key member of the backline since the coach's arrival at the club.

Speaking last month Tuchel said: "I cannot predict the future and I don't know if [Rudiger's] representatives are talking to other clubs or not.

"Of course, it is possible, it is January and he hasn't signed a new contract with us yet but we are in communication with him, the club is in dialogue with his people."