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Good News! Chelsea finally set to extend key defender contract as the other set to leave

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Chelsea defender, Antonio Rudiger contract is coming to an end at the end of the season, and with the current situation, the German is set to take the exist door out of Stamford Bridge.

Chelsea will not be offering Rudiger a new deal and the defender will be free to speal with other teams abroad for a possible summer transfer as from next January.

However, securing Andreas Christensen’s future at Stamford Bridge is now the top priority of the club. And the Good news is that there seems to have been a greenlight on a new deal for the centre-back.

Transfer specialist and Jornalist Fabrizo Romano had yesterday Sunday posted an updates regarding Christensen future on his Facebook page, staying “matter of time” before the deal is done, with just a dew final clauses to be agreed.

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This comes in as a good news for the blues who are on the verge of lossing two of their best defenders at a time.

 

Andreas Christenses is known to be a Cobham product and he’ll definately have a superb opportunity to step into the shoe to establishe himself as one of the best at the centre-back.

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