Andreas Christensen


Andreas Christensen could be fit for Saturday's FA Cup final as Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel says defender's injury isn't as bad as first feared after he limped out of Man City win

Andreas Christensen's injury is not as bad as first feared and he has an outside chance to be fit or the FA Cup final on Saturday. Christensen limped off during Chelsea's win at Manchester City on Saturday, sparking concerns the season might be over for the Danish defender. He will...

Mateo Kovacic and Andreas Christensen have work to do to make FA Cup final

Chelsea duo Mateo Kovacic and Andreas Christensen face a race against time to be fit for Saturday’s FA Cup final. Croatia midfielder Kovacic has been sidelined with hamstring trouble since the day before the Blues’ Champions League quarter-final second leg with Porto on April 13. Denmark defender Christensen picked up...

Thomas Tuchel provides injury update on Andreas Christensen

Chelsea head coach Thomas Tuchel says he hopes Andreas Christensen will be out for a matter of days rather than weeks after the centre-back hobbled off in the 2-1 win at Man City on Saturday. Christensen overstretched when attempting to cut out a long ball in the build-up to City's...
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Thomas Tuchel backs Andreas Christensen to earn a new contract at Chelsea but tells the defender to 'speak for himself on the pitch' as the Dane looks to extend his stay at Stamford Bridge

Thomas Tuchel has thrown his weight behind Andreas Christensen's bid for a new Chelsea contract. Christensen this week declared Chelsea his second home, with the Denmark defender revealing he wants to extend his current Stamford Bridge contract that runs until summer 2022. Though talks have not begun over an extension...

Andreas Christensen says Chelsea is his 'second home' with the defender approaching ten years at Stamford Bridge as the Dane insists he wants to stay at the club 'for the long run' despite his deal expiring next summer

Chelsea defender Andreas Christensen sees the club as his 'second home' and wants to commit his future to the Blues - with his contract expiring next summer. Christensen has been with the west London outfit for nearly ten years having come through the youth system and the Dane says he is more content to pledge his allegiance for the forseeable future, but is yet to open talks over a new deal.

Andreas Christensen provides update on his Chelsea future

Chelsea centre-back Andreas Christensen has confessed he hopes to put pen to paper on a new deal at Stamford Bridge soon. Christensen had fallen out of favour under former boss Frank Lampard, and with his contract expiring in 2022, he was expected to be sold this summer, but the Dane has enjoyed a fantastic resurgence under new manager Thomas Tuchel.