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Christensen CONFIRM Chelsea Future With Possible Exit! (DETAILS)

Andreas Christensen has hit Chelsea with a blow of his own concerning his new contract, MySportDab reports.

The Blues are having to deal with a lot on and off the pitch this season which has been hitting them really bad ahead of next year.

Chelsea are on the verge of another trouble with one of their defender Andreas Christensen who is currently being lined up for a new deal.

Andreas Christensen

Interests from other clubs have been pouring in for the defender as it just few hours to the January transfer window.

Andreas Christensen has no intention on extending his Chelsea contract amid links with Barcelona,according to new reports reaching us from SPORT.

The Danish defender has only six months left to run on his current deal and the Blues are eager to tie him down to fresh terms which is also proving to be hard.

However, Barcelona have already opened talks with Andreas Christensen’s agent and look well placed to land the 25-year-old on a free transfer in 2022.

This is another development coming from the Blues who are also likely to lose Antonio Rudiger and some other key players when the season comes to an end.

Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel and Romelu Lukaku are currently in a clash of words after the player went on saying he wasn’t happy.

That has been making headlines over the past few days and now Andreas Christensen new of not having any intention to renew his contract beyond the season.

Barcelona who want to defender also have their eyes on Cesar Azpilicueta who is also running on the last few months of his current contract with the club.

Nothing has been confirmed yet but the defender decision is still not in favor of the Blues as they will hope to change his mind about extending his contract.

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