Stan Collymore had a very public battle with mental health, so basically telling Andreas Christensen he should have played the FA Cup final is ludicrous.
Chelsea defender Andreas Christensen reportedly pulled out of the FA Cup final against Liverpool despite not being injured.
"We have nothing to lose so we have to go there, put in a big performance and hopefully turn it around."
"As long as he is my player, I will not expect anything less than 100% commitment. This is what I demand."
"Our hands are tied, we cannot offer him or negotiate or renegotiate with his agents."
Christensen and Kessie have been free to talk to foreign clubs since January...
Tuchel is adamant he wants Christensen to be a "huge Chelsea player for the next years."
Newcastle will not expect to recoup the £62m they signed those seven players for, by the way.
"He would have to accept that role and be one of those who plays every game. It will not be easy."
As well as Chelsea team-mates Rudiger and Azpilicueta, Christensen is out of contract in the summer.
Chelsea want to 'continue on a path of self-sustainability'. Which apparently means letting all their players go.
“I always say that, sometimes, he needs to be a little bit more scrappy, right?"
Negotiations have been 'very fluid' between Barcelona and the Chelsea player...
Chelsea are facing a fight to keep hold of defensive trio Christensen, Rudiger and Azpilicueta...
It's 'clear' at least one of the Chelsea stars will 'wear the Barca shirt' next season.
In an either/or situation, the heart says Rudiger, but Chelsea should go with their head.
Christensen, Silva, Rudiger and Azpilicueta are all out of contract at the end of the season...
Liverpool won't be getting one player as a £68m January reinforcement. They have Divock anyway.
Andreas Christensen, Anthony Martial and Barcelona all feature in Sunday's gossip...
Barcelona and AC Milan have made "approaches" for the defender, but he is expected to stay at Chelsea...
Christensen hasn't featured for Chelsea since November 6 and could leave the club for free in the summer.
"Things are mature, respectful and clear. Of course there are delays."
“I do not know why everyone thinks it is a bad situation. I’m still happy and I enjoy playing football."
Could Chelsea be without Christensen *and* Rudiger this time next year?
"He is one of the best defenders in the world... He has always been enormously intelligent on the pitch."
The Denmark defender has been in fine form for the Blues since Tuchel replaced Lampard in January.
"Everyone is hungry to keep riding the wave we have built since the Champions League win."
"A lot is being said right now. I can't say too much, but I think it looks good... I know Thomas Tuchel believes in me."
The defender has agreed on a new contract which will keep him at Stamford Bridge until the summer of 2025.
Chelsea will prioritise contract extensions for their current stars once the transfer window closes on August 31.