Christensen threatens to dump Chelsea over lack of playing time

Christensen threatens to dump Chelsea over lack of playing time

The Denmark worldwide enjoyed a breakthrough campaign at Stamford Bridge in 2017-18, with 40 appearances made across all competitions.

A change in the dugout has, however, seen Christensen slip down the pecking order, with Maurizio Sarri favouring a different system and options to Antonio Conte. "I do not know, but it's up to me to figure that out", Christensen told Danish publication BT.

Alonso signed a five-year contract on joining the Blues from Fiorentina in August 2016, but now the 27-year-old is poised to be rewarded for his performances.

"It has been difficult to get into the team, and when we get the good results that we now do, it will only be even harder". It's great for the team, but for me personally it's been a tough start to the season. We play really good football, explosive, and offensively it's all you can wish for as a player.

The Denmark global was a regular starter for the Blues last season under previous head coach Antonio Conte, but has struggled for playing time this term - making only two Premier League appearances.

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Another loan move could be on the cards for the defender in January which, he admits, would leave him with a big decision to make about his future.

'In the last three seasons, I've played regularly with every team I've been with, so it's clear that I do not see myself staying if my current situation remains the same.

"I can not stand to have so much patience again".

"It's too early to talk about when to change if I'm going to change".

Christensen first linked up with Chelsea in 2012 after seeing his obvious potential noted within the youth ranks at Brondby.

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