Chelsea football club is one of the best clubs in the world and has over the years attracted a host of top talents to Stamford Bridge, while at the same time producing some of the hottest talents from their academy which is one of the best in the world.
The club is currently in form and are expected to keep their best players beyond the current season, and in the long term if they are to compete for the biggest prizes.One of the players expected to sign a contract extension is Andreas Christensen.
His contract and that of fellow defender and Germany international are set to end next summer and the club are trying their best to get them to sign new contracts.There is however good news to the Chelsea faithfuls, because he has signed a new contract.
Fabrizio Romano Christensen's new deal is "imminent." New contract is expected to be worth around £120,000-a-week, which is way better than the £70,000-a-week that he is currently on.This will come as a good news to the Chelsea fans.So what do you think about this? Like, comment, share and follow.
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