The German was in an trustworthy temper as he mentioned his fashion of play and his summer time switch from the Blues to Real Madrid in a current interview in the course of the worldwide break.
Rudiger went from being undesirable under Frank Lampard to one of the primary names on the crew sheet following Thomas Tuchel’s appointment in west London, however soured his relationship with supporters by leaping ship to Spain this summer time.
The 29-year-old failed to signal a brand new cope with Chelsea and left on a free switch at the tip of his contract, finally shifting to the Bernabeu to be part of the Champions League winners.
And he has now risked making his relationship along with his former fans much more bitter by admitting he typically deliberately had amusing on the pitch to get a response from the stands, saying supporters were ‘too quiet’ at instances.
One of these instances, Rudiger revealed, was throughout Chelsea’s 1-0 overcome Newcastle United within the Premier League last season – the place Kai Havertz delivered a dramatic victory with an 89th minute winner.
“I’ll be honest: I deliberately wound people up because it was just too quiet in the stadium for me during this game,” Rudiger said in an interview with German outlet Sport1.