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Unprofessional Christensen could be released by furious Sarri in January



Andreas Christensen

Though it’s been three days that the Blues lost to Arsenal, Maurizio Sarri still feels the pain and he’s unhappy with one of his player’s attitude during the encounter.

The Times revealed that Sarri is angry with the manner which Andreas Christensen conducted himself at Emirates stadium and the manager is ready to sell him out to any interested suitor.

The media outlet said the centre-back took a ‘toilet excuse’ from his teammates in the 75th minute and went straight into the dressing room and failed to return back to the substitute bench.

During the time of his absence from the substitute bench, Sarri spotted his unavailability and the 59-year-old was furious with the player’s unprofessional character.

Christensen has been one of Chelsea’s fringe players since the former Italian manager stepped into Stamford Bridge.

It was said that the player could be loaned out of Stamford Bridge this month but Sarri is now considering selling him permanently as result of his actions at the Emirates stadium.

Apart from Christensen, Sarri still needs to let go of some players whom he’s not convinced of their abilities.

Victor Moses, Danny Drinkwater and Gary Cahill are likely to part ways with the West London outfits this month.

The trio have failed to enjoy regular actions like they did under Antonio Conte, hence, their departure is unavoidable if they desire to bring their respective careers back on track.

Drinkwater has been linked with a return to Leicester City while Victor Moses is a prime target for all Premier League strugglers — Cardiff, Fulham, and Cardiff.

Cahill is linked with Monaco where he will reunite with Cesc Fabregas, who had already secured a switch to the Ligue 1 side.