Chelsea player Andreas Christensen has expressed his frustration over the non-playing time under manager Maurizio Sarri but that will not drive him away from the club.
Andreas Christensen made it clear that he will be staying at the Stamford Bridge for the coming season.
Unfortunately for Andreas Christensen, he saw just one Premier League appearance last season which is not enough for a player at his level.
However, he made it clear that his frustration of not playing last season will not stop him from being happy at Chelsea and that is the only reason why he would be staying at the club for another season.
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It is suggested that Andreas Christensen could be nursing the thought that the Chelsea boss will not be at the club in the coming season and that could have influenced his decision to remain at the club.
The former Napoli boss is not in good terms with Chelsea management and he is already been linked away with a move to Italian Serie A outfit Juventus.
It has been reported that Chelsea have been told by the Italian boss of his decision to leave and will not be returning for the coming season.
Maurizio Sarri can also boast of achievements within one year of stay as he finished third in the English Premier League table and won the Europa League title.