Chelsea believed they had entered into a contractual deal twice with the player


Chelsea would have believed they had come to a conclusion with Andreas Christensen on a new deal on two separate occasions.

According to Telegraph, on two occasions, the Blues were led to think that Christensen would extend his contract.

But in both cases, the Denmark international rejected or postponed the proposal.

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Proving hard work

Chelsea felt the defender had agreed to a new five-year contract over the summer.

However, the center-back told his employers instead that he preferred to commit in three years after the end of the campaign.

After a break in negotiations, the Stamford Bridge hierarchy compromised and offered Christensen the three-year stay he wanted.

The Telegraph says Thomas Tuchel and the chain of command assumed this latest submission was ready for completion.

Still, the 25-year-old is still not close to signing the contract, as concerns about his future continue to mount.

Andreas Christensen
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Punishment for Christensen

In apparent response to Christensen’s repeated refusal to pledge allegiance, Tuchel took personal action.

He hasn’t used the Dane in any of Chelsea’s last three games, leaving him on the bench to reflect.

It’s a pretty brutal transition from before the international break, where the Cobham academy product was a regular on the squad.

When asked if this move could actually damage the player’s opinion of the club, the manager’s response was resolved.

Andreas Christensen
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” No the opposite. We hope that this will influence the situation of the contract a little ”, he told the Times.

“I understood it was a very short time before we had any good news. “

With injuries piling up around his neck, Tuchel may have no choice but to reinstate Christensen in tonight’s Premier League trip to Watford.

Sitting on the substitutes bench surely can’t help his decision to stay blue.

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