The Blaugrana club has no intention of selling the Dane except for a proposal out of the market
In the Premier they have closely followed his magnificent season as a blaugrana
The football director, Mateu Alemany, met a few days ago with Ilhan Gundogan, Christensen’s representative, with whom they have excellent relations. The Blaugrana club expressed its satisfaction with the performance of the center-back and also discussed the future with the intention of extending his contract in the future. Christensen’s entourage warned that a tempting offer could arrive from the Premier this summer, but the player is happy at the Camp Nou and Barça, in principle, has no intention of selling.
The commitment to Christensen is total, but it is also true that Barça will experience an uncertain transfer market with the enormous challenge of lowering the salary bill by 200 million euros. And that can only be achieved with some salary reduction and departures. The idea of the club is to make some sales of players that it does not consider strategic, but it may not be enough. For this reason, Mateu Alemany is attentive to all the information from Barça player agents about possible offers.
Christensen has already performed at a very good level at Chelsea, but at Barça he has confirmed that he is a sober central defender with great performance. Xavi Hernández trusts him and he has earned ownership by being one of the most effective signings this season. Upon arriving for free, the club is also clear that a million-dollar sale would count as a profit, but they would only take the step if a club presented an offer that was out of the market and irrejectable for all parties.
At the moment, Barça and the player’s environment are still in permanent contact and they are not going to be proactive in an outing, far from it. Another thing is that there is a club that pushes hard and tempts all parties. The Blaugrana club wants to incorporate a left-footed central defender and on the squad they have Araujo, Koundé and Eric Garcia in this position, in addition to the contribution of Marcos Alonso. Who would have more ballots to leave would be Eric García, but for now no interesting proposals have arrived.