Andreas Christensen trusts he can before long declare his next club subsequent to leaving Chelsea, as the Dane fuelled hypothesis he will join Barcelona by hailing the Blaugrana as probably Europe's greatest club.
Chelsea reported Christensen's takeoff last week, with the safeguard having been firmly connected with Barca.
Christensen joined Chelsea from Brondby in 2012 and after a spell borrowed with Borussia Monchengladbach, proceeded to show up for the Blues, winning the Europa League, Champions League, UEFA Super Cup and FIFA Club World Cup during his time at Stamford Bridge.
Having played the full an hour and a half during Denmark's 2-0 Nations League prevail upon Austria on Monday, the 26-year-old desires to declare his next objective presently, having pursued his choice some time prior.
"I know where I need to play," the protector told columnists.
Proceeded when a declaration in regards to his future could be anticipated, he answered: "Tragically, it's not completely dependent upon me. There are additionally different things that need to get sorted out.
"Ideally soon. Be that as it may, I have understood how I planned to help some time. I'm only sitting tight for the ideal opportunity."
Barcelona have been plagued by monetary challenges lately, with LaLiga president Javier Tebas as of late recommending Xavi's group should sell valued resources -, for example, midfielder Frenkie de Jong - to support any modify of their crew during the exchange window.
In any case, Christensen, who has been promoted to give contest to current Barca focus backs Gerard Pique and Ronald Araujo, says Barca are a group that would intrigue any player.
"It is probably the greatest club in Europe," he added. "I think it is for everybody.
"Regardless of whether they have had their concerns, it is as yet probably the greatest club for a player to get to."
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