Premier League side Chelsea have lost their fifth player today after failing to have persuasive talk on his playing time come next season, a move that now left the Blues more wanting in this summer transfer window than what was expected.With the likes of Charly Musonda, Clarke Salter, Danny Drinkwater and Antonio Rudiger no longer part of Tuchel's squad, Chelsea have as well lost Andreas Christensen to Barcelona on free transfer deal, only months later after he refused to sign contract extension deal with the Blues over uncertainty on his playing time, making him the second Barcelona signing this summer.
According to sports specialist Fabrizio Romano, Andreas Christensen has agreed a four-year deal with Barcelona with a new whopping release clause of € 500 m.The exit of Christensen is a big blow for Chelsea especially in their defensive area now that Antonio Rudiger is gone as Marcos Alonso also push for an exit, and this will force them to spend heavily on trying to replace the two outstanding duos.
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