Premier League side Chelsea Fc is currently set to be the happiest club ahead of the January transfer window, as one of their linked-away player finally made up his mind to extend his current contract for further years, despite several clubs showing interest.Despite being at the peak of their best form, Chelsea defence duo's Andreas Christensen and Antonio Rudiger have been avoiding contract extension deal with the club, however Danish International Andreas Bodtker Christensen have stepped up to accept new deal, giving Thomas Tuchel some piece of mind on his defence squad, despite Rudiger still playing cool.
According to sports specialist Fabrizio Romano, Chelsea are planning to complete everything soon to announce Christensen contract extension, with verbal agreement already reached weeks ago.The 'blue fuels' now have two big pending contracts including that of Christian Pulisic which also expires on 2024, but there are already a lot of interest from different clubs including Barcelona, Liverpool and Borussia Dortmund.
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