The Denmark international has been solid at the heart of the Blues defence in recent weeks and his future is up for discussion
Chelsea are keen to renew Andreas Christensen’s contract after continued interest from club’s overseas, including AC Milan and Paris Saint-Germain.
Milan had considered a move for Christensen along with Fikayo Tomori when looking for a central defender to bolster their squad, but only the England international was allowed to leave.
Similarly, PSG explored deals for both Antonio Rudiger and Christensen in the summer but ended up signing neither before Thomas Tuchel was sacked.
Since Tuchel has arrived at Stamford Bridge, he has renewed hope of signing the 24-year-old to a longer-term contract amid further interest from unnamed clubs in Europe.
The Denmark international is enjoying life in west London, having arrived to the club from Brondby at the age of 16, but he had found himself in and out of the team under Frank Lampard.
With Thiago Silva having suffered a thigh injury against Tottenham three weeks ago, Christensen has stepped into a more prominent role which saw him earn man of the match against Liverpool.