Christensen: I’m in a bad situation at Chelsea

Rex Christensen
October 10, 2018

David Luiz and Antonio Rudiger have been preferred as Sarri's first-choice centre-back pairing, with Christensen starting the Blues' two Europa League games and the Carabao Cup win at Liverpool.

The 22-year-old has been a regular starter under former manager, Antonio Conte but since the arrival of Sarri in the summer, the Denmark worldwide has not played a single minute in the Premier League.

And if he can not convince Sarri that he is worthy of a regular starting spot, Christensen warned that he is ready to go elsewhere to ensure his development does not stall. "To be honest, it has been very hard", Christensen told BTSport.

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

"Right now, it's not a good season for me, but I have to find some way to get back on", the 22-year-old told Danish publication BT.

"So it is clear that I do not see myself staying in the future if my current situation continues", the centre-back added.

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"It's too early to talk about change for now, and when that might happen, but it's clear that this is not a good situation for me".

"It has been a hard season".

"I had looked forward to getting our new manager". We have good results and we play super good football, which only makes it harder. I had a good season previous year and I played a good World Cup.

Christensen joined Chelsea in 2012 at the age of 16 from Brondby.

Christensen, an academy graduate, spent two seasons on loan at Borussia Monchengladbach before returning to Chelsea for the start of the 2017/18 campaign.

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.

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