Chelsea will not sell any player this summer because of the transfer ban that has been placed on the club, according to defender, Andreas Christensen.
Last month, FIFA handed the Premier League club a two-window transfer ban after they were found guilty for 29 incidences of breaching rules about signing youngsters.
Chelsea were shocked and asked FIFA to freeze the ban during an appeal and could now go through the Court of Arbitration for Sport to reverse the decision.
Andreas, who is now fed up of his restricted game-time under head coach Maurizio Sarri, might be unable to seek game time elsewhere.
His words to Danish newspaper, Ekstra Bladet., “The messages we’ve got are that Chelsea can’t appeal the case and therefore want to keep all the players,”
“The situation I have ended up in has been very difficult to accept.”
“I have tried to show myself on the training track, but it is difficult because it is limited how much we train with all the matches the team is going to play,”
“Now I have played the matches in the Europa League and hope it will continue as long as we are in the tournament.”
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