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Chelsea defender Andreas Christensen ‘has no idea’ if his contract will be extended

Andreas Christensen in the dark about his future at Chelsea, as he admits he “has no idea” whether his contract at Stamford Bridge will extend beyond the end of this season.

  • Chelsea defender Andreas Christensen will be a free agent next summer
  • The Danish international admits he is unsure of his contractual status
  • Christensen has insisted that his relationship with the club is good
  • Antonio Rudiger’s contract at Chelsea also expires at the end of the season


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Andreas Christensen is reportedly unsure of his future at Chelsea as his current contract at Stamford Bridge expires at the end of the season.

The 25-year-old is happy with life at the European champions and has been impressive since Thomas Tuchel was appointed coach earlier in the year.

However, he has yet to agree on a new deal and will be able to speak with foreign clubs in January.

Andreas Christensen's contract at Chelsea expires at the end of the current campaign

Andreas Christensen’s contract at Chelsea expires at the end of the current campaign

The central has told the Danish publication BT that his relationship with the club is good, but that he ‘has no idea’ of what is happening with his contractual situation.

He said: ‘I’m not going to comment on that, because you know everything that has been written.

I can’t do that at all. I feel valued, I’m happy, but I don’t get into the contract situation.

Christensen has played a valuable role in the team since the appointment of Thomas Tuchel

Christensen has played a valuable role in the team since the appointment of Thomas Tuchel

Christensen has played a valuable role in the team since the appointment of Thomas Tuchel

Christensen, however, has said that he has `` no idea '' what is going on with his contract situation.

Christensen, however, has said that he has `` no idea '' what is going on with his contract situation.

Christensen, however, has said that he has “ no idea ” what is going on with his contract situation.

“I am still happy and I enjoy football, so there is not that much. I have no idea about it, I don’t feel like there’s pressure or anything, I just enjoy it.

“I don’t know why everyone thinks it is a bad situation. [Chelsea] He has a player who enjoys playing soccer right now and the coach shows him confidence.

‘There is no bad relationship, there is nothing.’

Christensen isn’t the only Chelsea center-back in the final year of his contract at Stamford Bridge.

Defensive partner Antonio Rudiger's contract also expires at the end of the season

Defensive partner Antonio Rudiger's contract also expires at the end of the season

Defensive partner Antonio Rudiger’s contract also expires at the end of the season

Antonio Rudiger will become a free agent next summer and will also be able to speak with foreign clubs in January.

Christensen joined Chelsea as a youngster in 2012 and has made 140 appearances for the club.

Players such as Juventus and Atlético de Madrid are reportedly controlling the Danish international’s contract situation.

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