Transfer announcement from Stamford Bridge as a world-class player reportedly agrees five-year deal

Ahead of summer transfer window, transfer announcement to follow after Thomas Tuchel’s star, Andreas Christensen has reportedly agreed a five-year contract with Barcelona.

Chelsea could be the busiest during the incoming transfer window.

The Blues are in the media for all sorts of reasons over the past few days, as Roman Abramovic has put the club up for sale after 19 years of winning trophies and turning the club into one of the very best in the game

But that has not stopped the speculation about the type of players that will be coming to Chelsea in the summer transfer window, and leaving the club either on free deals or being sold as the club may look to revamp.

Christensen is yet to agree a new deal with Chelsea, despite holding talks with the club for months and the defender admits he’s in a ‘difficult situation’ at Stamford Bridge, as he does not get the game time that he has desired.

With the Danish defender running his contract down towards free agency, it has been clamed in recent weeks that Barcelona have been very keen to get a transfer deal done for the talented defender.

Now, it has been claimed the Blues defender will receive five million a year at the Nou Camp, after agreeing to make the move to the club according to AS.

Christensen is a very gifted defender that could become a top-class one, so the news that he is all set to depart the club at the end of the season will come as a massive blow to the squad, but at the end of the day, he is still a player that can be replaced

Maybe it is the best time to leave Chelsea, but as we said, he is a player that can be replaced and if Thomas Tuchel is given the chance to sign a decent defender – he will not worry too much about the departure of the defender

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