Chelsea Face Obstacles during Andreas Christensen Contract Extension talks. Chelsea’s meeting with Andreas Christensen has fallen out and talk over a potential Contract Extension has taken a Pause. Denmark International paired up with Simon Kjaer during Euro 2020.
The 25-year-old Centre Back has established himself as an Important figure in Thomas Tuchel’s plans. Christensen came on as a substitute during the 2021/22 UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE Final in place of injured Thiago Silva. Thomas Tuchel has featured the Danish 10 times this Season.
Andreas Christensen’s contract is set to expire at the end of this season. Meanwhile, the Chelsea Board wants to keep the player at Stamford Bridge. Although Chelsea is looking to arrange another meeting with Christensen’s representatives.
Chelsea Board in Tension After Months Of Silence From The Side Of Christensen
The Premier League leaders are reportedly in a Tensed situation after talks with Andreas Christensen over a New contract has taken a stall. It is also being reported that there were about two months of silence between the Player and the Club. Antonio Rudiger’s contract is also set to expire at the end of the season with the German heavily linked with a move to Bayern. Meanwhile, there is still no agreement between Rudiger and Chelsea over a new contract.
As reported by Goal.com, Chelsea’s last offer to the Danish Centre Back was an improved one as there was a significant rise in his Salary. Despite an improved offer presented to the player, he would still be one of the lowest earners at the Club. The 25-year-old arrived at Chelsea from Danish Club Brondby IF back in 2012 and made his professional debut in October 2014. The Danish spent Two years at Borussia Monchengladbach on loan from 2015-2017.
Andreas Christensen has made 137 appearances for the West London Club in different competitions. He played for Chelsea’s Youth Teams as well. The Danish has won the UEFA Champions League, UEFA Europa League and the FA Cup during his time at the Club.
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