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Andreas Christensen hints at signing a new contract with Chelsea

 



Chelsea defender Andreas Christensen has hinted that he is interested in signing a new contract with the club, and his current contract will expire next year.


Since Thomas Tuchel took over the Blues last season, the Danish central defender has been the main force in the starting lineup and has been talking about renewal ever since.


Fabrizio Romano said Christensen has started every Premier League game so far this season and is negotiating to add additional years to his current contract.


The European international told Extra Bladet: "I can't say too much ... but I think it looks good. 


I'm very happy to come to this club and I think Chelsea is the right place for England.


" The defender graduated from Chelsea College and joined the first team in 2013. 


During his career, he has played 77 times for the Blues, including the Champions League final against Manchester City.


Christensen contract will expire at the end of the season and the club is now working to extend his contract in order to keep him at Chelsea for the foreseeable future.

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