German international, Antonio Rudiger has officially been unveiled as a Real Madrid player following his arrival at Santiago Bernabeu.
The Germany international defender has decided to take on a new challenge with the current Liga title holders after reaching the end of his contract at Chelsea.
Real Madrid have revealed that Rudiger will be taking their No 22 shirt.
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His squad number follows a familiar theme for the 29-year-old centre-half, as he was previously No 2 at Chelsea.
Rudiger in a press briefing said:
“Madrid have very good players, particularly in my position, but I feel safe and I’m going to add competitiveness, because that is very good for a team. It’s a great challenge.
“I can promise that I will give it my all. I want to win all the titles we can. Hala Madrid and nothing more.”