Andreas Christensen has ‘no idea’ if his Chelsea deal will be extended past this season.
Boss Thomas Tuchel has transformed the 25-year-old into one of the Premier League’s top centre-backs.
But Christensen will be free to agree a deal with foreign clubs as early as January.
Reports last month claimed Chelsea are eager to tie Christensen down for the future.
But it was also suggested there’s been NO contact between the Dane and his club over a new deal for over two months.
Christensen admits he is still in the dark over his Stamford Bridge future, with the likes of Juventus and Atletico Madrid circling.
The centre-back has told Danish publication BT that his relationship with the club is good, but that he has ‘no idea’ what is happening with his contract situation.
He said: “I will not comment on it, because you know everything that has been written.
“I can’t do that at all. I feel valued, I’m happy, but I don’t get into the contract situation.
“I’m still happy and I enjoy football, so there’s not so much. I have no idea about it at all, I do not feel that there is any pressure or anything, I just enjoy it.
“I don’t know why everyone thinks it’s a bad situation. [Chelsea] have a player who right now enjoys playing football and the coach shows him confidence.
“There is no bad relationship, there is nothing.”