Andreas Christensen New Deal In JEOPARDY! (DETAILS)

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Chelsea have been hit with another issue concerning Andreas Christensen contract talks which was going good earlier, MySportDab reports.

The Academy graduate has been linked with a new deal which was said to be agreed upon, but now it looks like that is not the case.

Andreas Christensen contract has now stalled due to a two month standoff which saw talks being mooted between both parties.

Andreas Christensen

The Blues defender had been widely expected to renew his deal in with the west London but due to lack of talks things are now taking a new turn.

The 25-year-old has been in the form of his life at Stamford Bridge but his current contract expires in June 2022 expires which see him leave when the season comes to an end.

He could also open talks with other clubs when the January window opens with a new contract still not on the table the for Denmark International.

Christensen began to start regularly when Thomas Tuchel took over as he was also offered an 18-month contract with a slightly larger salary.

The player representatives and club last spoke about a new deal in August which has been two months and nothing yet coming from Chelsea.

Andreas Christensen new deal which was discussed would see him sign a four year deal which an option to extend further will be added.

That long-term contract would see the central defender signed up to a deal that keeps him among the lowest-earning senior players at the club.

Chelsea are also looking at renewing contract of other players including Antonio Rudiger, Cesar Azpilicueta amongst others who are due for a new deal.

Trevoh Chalobah is also one of those players who are inline for a new deal after breaking through into the senior team this season with an impressive display so far till date for the youngster.

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