Chelsea Loanee Andreas Christensen Unwilling to Cut Short His 2 Year Spell in Germany

Published on: 23 November 2016

Chelsea defender Andreas Christensen has insisted he is not planning tocut his two year loan at Borussia Mönchengladbach short and rejoin his parent club, accordingto the Mirror.


The Denmark international is 16 months into his 24 month loan and reports have speculated thatAntonioConte is looking to bring the 20-year-oldback to Stamford Bridgein the next transfer window.


HoweverChristensenis adamant this is not the case.

In a press conference ahead of his side's 1-1 drawManchesterCity, he said:"We aren't in talks with Chelsea. I'm staying at Borussia [Mönchengladbach],I'm just focusing on tomorrow's game."


Christensenclearlydoesn'thave eyes on a position in the Chelsea side, but only on helping his his temporary employersprogress in Europe and in the Bundesliga.


The man who has made one senior appearance for the Blues,has enjoyed a great loan spell at Borussia Park having won the German club's player of the year award last season, as well as last year's Danish talent of the year prize.

Andreas Christensen showed his quality for Borussia Monchengladbach tonight as they secured a 1-1 draw with Manchester City. [Metro] pic.twitter.com/xOe81cxMei

Gladbach have twice made bids for the defender and twice been rejected as Chelsea believe the Danewill play a big part in their future endeavours.


Christensen has only played 3 games at Chelsea, one in the League Cup fourth round, one in the Fa Cup 3rd round defeat to Bradford and one in Chelsea's 2014/15 title winning season as a substitute in the last 12 minutes.


Clearly undervalued at Chelsea, Christensen is looking to prove his doubters wrong when he eventually returns to Stamford Bridge and consolidate a place in that starting 11.



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