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Chelsea: Andreas Christensen and Danny Drinkwater among four released by Chelsea

Chelsea have confirmed the release of Andreas Christensen when his contract expires later this month. The Denmark defender, 26, is set to sign for Barcelona, leaving Stamford Bridge after 10 years. Christensen follows Antonio Rudiger out of the exit after the German defender's move to Real Madrid was confirmed. The...
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Andreas Christensen ends 10-year stay at Chelsea

Chelsea have confirmed defender Andreas Christensen will leave the club when his contract expires at the end of the month. The Denmark international is expected to join LaLiga giants Barcelona following 10 years at Stamford Bridge. He had not played for the Blues since withdrawing himself from selection on the...
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Watch: Andreas Christensen and other injured players join

Chelsea did their typical end of season lap of honour at Stamford Bridge yesterday, and there were some interesting faces present. Callum Hudson-Odoi, Marcos Alonso and Mateo Kovacic were among the players who missed the game injured, and they were all there. But it was notable to see Andreas Christensen on the pitch, after the defender pulled out of the FA Cup final lineup just before kickoff.
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Andreas Christensen may have played his last game for Chelsea

Thomas Tuchel has admitted he does not know whether Andreas Christensen has already played his last match for Chelsea. Christensen withdrew himself from selection for Saturday’s FA Cup final against Liverpool on the morning of the Wembley clash. The 26-year-old is understood to be poised to join Barcelona this...
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Chelsea centerback Andreas Christensen: Hero to zero

“It was the best of times, it was the worst of times.” When it comes to describing Andreas Christensen’s career up to this point, nobody could have said it better than Charles Dickens in the 1859 novel, A Tale of Two Cities. Inconsistency and unpredictability are two traits that epitomize the Dane’s time in west London. Fans have truly experienced the highest of highs and the lowest of lows during Christensen’s stint as an important figure in Chelsea’s starting XI.
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