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Christensen removes Barca post from his IG & reverts to Chelsea profile picture

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Barcelona defender Andreas Christensen removed a social media post following his arrival at the Catalan giants and has reverted to his previous Chelsea profile picture..




The Danish defender has changed his Instagram profile picture back to a photo of him in Chelsea colours with a Champions League winners’ medal around his neck, having deleted a post for his new club made more recently.

Christensen joined Barca this summer on a free transfer after five years in west London, but on Wednesday it was reported by ESPN that he and fellow recent arrival Franck Kessie can leave for free as a result of a clause in their contracts.

Although the alteration to the Dane’s social media profile is not as yet indicative of anything more than a change of taste, Barca fans will surely be worried at the latest development in what has been a rollercoaster window at the Camp Nou.


Christensen and Kessie joined the Blaugrana this summer from Chelsea and AC Milan respectively but are yet to be registered by the club due to their ongoing financial issues, which have proved to be a thorn in the foot of the club all summer.

The club faced a similar problem following the signing of Ferran Torres in January, which led to a number of financial moves being made in order to register the forward.

The Blaugrana are also yet to register fellow summer signings Robert Lewandowski, Raphinha and Jules Kounde, while the contract renewals signed by Ousmane Dembele and Sergi Roberto have not been recorded either.

However, due to the fact that Christensen and Kessie moved to the Camp Nou on free transfers – a clause in their contracts will allow them to depart for free.

Barca have splurged over £100million on signings this summer, yet it is believed that they are not done there. The Catalan outfit have also been linked with a swoop for Chelsea defender Marcos Alonso ahead of the window shutting.

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