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Stuttgart hope Chelsea target Antonio Rudiger will stay this summer

Antonio Rudiger has been attracting interest from abroad.

Stuttgart have maintained that Germany international Antonio Rudiger will stay at the club for at least one more season, after being linked with Chelsea, Atletico Madrid and Wolfsburg.

Rudiger, 22, has impressed with his performances at centre-back and, earlier this month, Stuttgart confirmed widespread interest in the defender and announced that should a club meet their asking price of €18 million, Rudiger would be allowed to move.

However, shortly after, Rudiger was forced to undergo surgery...

Tottenham to step up interest in Stuttgart's Timo Werner - sources

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Tottenham Hotspur are preparing to step up their interest in Stuttgart striker Timo Werner, sources have told ESPN FC.

Spurs have been tracking Werner for some time and they are ready to test Stuttgart's resolve to keep hold of the forward with a firm bid.

Werner, 19, is regarded as one of the best young prospects in Germany and has attracted interest from Liverpool and Borussia Dortmund.

After scoring 24 goals for Stuttgart's under-19 side in 2012-13, he became the first team's youngest-ever player...

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Wolfsburg, Chelsea and Atletico target Antonio Rudiger undergoes operation

Tall, physical and composed in possession, Stuttgart's Antonio Rudiger has all the makings to be a great defender for Germany for years to come.
Antonio Rudiger has been linked with a host of top clubs.

Stuttgart defender Antonio Rudiger may miss the start of the season -- and miss out on a summer transfer -- after being told he requires knee surgery.

Germany international Rudiger, who has been linked with clubs including Wolfsburg, Chelsea and Atletico Madrid, reported back for preseason duty on Tuesday only to discover he needed an operation.

The 22-year-old was complaining about pain in his knee during his first training session and tests revealed slight damage which an arthroscopy on Thursday...

Stuttgart sign Emiliano Insua from Atletico Madrid

Emiliano Insua has joined Stuttgart from Atletico Madrid, the Bundesliga club have announced.

Insua, 26, has signed a three-year deal with Stuttgart for an undisclosed fee.

The Argentine defender, who has previously played for Liverpool, Galatasaray and Sporting Lisbon, has four international caps.

Robin Dutt, Stuttgart's...