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This Chelsea Defender Attracting Interest From The Serie A: Good Move For All Parties?

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According to a recent report by Calciomercato, AC Milan are interested in securing the services of Chelsea centre-back Andreas Christensen but only on a loan deal. It is understood that the Serie A giants are looking to address their recent injury concerns by bringing in some reinforcements during the January transfer window.

Christensen’s Frustrations At Chelsea This Season 

Christensen has been a sporadic feature under Maurizio Sarri since the Italian manager’s appointment at Stamford Bridge earlier this year despite playing a big part under Antonio Conte last season. He is yet to play a single minute of Premier League football this season with all of his appearances for the Pensioners coming in the cup competitions.

The Danish defensive ace is in dire need of making a switch away from West London for more first-team opportunities, and this upcoming transfer window could be his ideal chance to do that.

The 22-year-old has featured in just 6 matches for Chelsea this term after falling down the pecking order at Stamford Bridge. The likes of David Luiz, Antonio Rudiger and Gary Cahill are all preferred ahead of him which indicates that he is not in Sarri’s plans for the future. AC Milan could be a perfect destination for the Dane to kick-start his career and a potential loan move in January should suit everyone involved.

Christensen highlighted his talents last season and showcased why he was destined for big things with the West London club. However, his recent fall from grace has lowered his confidence, and the Dane is now looking like a shadow of his former self during his time on the pitch for the Pensioners this term.

Why A Loan Move To AC Milan Might Benefit All Parties?

The former Brondby youth product has incredible potential and is a competent defender who can be a rock at the back if he is playing with confidence. A potential loan switch to the San Siro might help him get his career back on track while Chelsea can monitor his progress and decide on his long-term future at the end of this campaign.

It is a no-brainer for both clubs to agree to this deal as it will be mutually beneficial for all parties.  

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