Christensen remains coy on future

2016-09-09 08:09
Andreas Christensen (Getty Images)
Cape Town - Andreas Christensen has remained tight lipped over his future as interest arises in his services after impressive performances in the Bundesliga.

Christensen, a senior Denmark international at the tender age of 20, is currently mid-way through a two-year loan spell at Borussia Monchengladbach from English Premier League side Chelsea.

The tough-tackling youngster is considered as one of the best defenders in the German top-flight and was subject of interest from Barcelona during the summer transfer window.

Nonetheless, he says he is just focused on helping his current side improve on their domestic league showing this season and not worried about where his long-term future lies.

"I have not yet decided," he told Sport Bild website. "I'm not going to do it at the moment

"I don't want to be distracted, but fully focus on the difficult tasks with Borussia. I can't decide alone. The question is if the clubs can agree a fee."

Christensen helped Gladbach finish fourth in the Bundesliga last season, scoring three goals in 39 games in all competitions.

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