Chelsea have completed the signing of German defender Antonio Rudiger this Sunday afternoon.
Rudiger is fresh off helping Germany to the Confederations Cup title and has penned a five-year contract at Stamford Bridge.
The agents involved in the deal arrived in the English capital on Saturday to finalise the transfer, after the two clubs agreed a fee that could rise to £34m for the 24-year-old Germany global.
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The German worldwide is a versatile defender, able to play as a center-back and right-back easily, and this is something that attracts a club that prioritizes a 3-4-3 system.
It is no secret that Antonio Conte has been looking to strengthen his defensive options this transfer period with a number of star names, such as Leonardo Bonucci, being linked to the Premier League club.
Rudiger will join David Luiz, Gary Cahill and Cesar Azpilicueta as the team's senior centre-halves, with Juventus wing-back Alex Sandro - who is priced at £60 million - also targeted to provide competition to Marcos Alonso.