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Chelsea’s results have gone from bad to worse with a 2-0 defeat at Leicester.

Goals from Wilfried Ndidi and James Maddison condemned the Blues to yet another defeat.

Chelsea now have just 29 points from 19 games and now look in danger of blowing their slim top four hopes.

Meanwhile, Chelsea could struggle to sign Erling Haaland due to their poor relationship with his agent Mino Raiola.

Journalist David Ornstein revealed: “Roman Abramovich and Marina Granovskaia had a bad experience with Raiola when they tried to re-sign Romeu Lukaku before he joined Man United.

“That was a bruising experience. Raiola has shown throughout his career, unashamedly, he operates on the basis of, in part, who will pay the biggest agent commissions.

“Dortmund seemingly did that to get Haaland – but will Chelsea be wiling to go down that road?”

Finally, Chelsea and Manchester United reportedly remain in the hunt for David Alaba.

Reports claim the Bayern Munich defender has agreed a four-year deal with Real Madrid.

But German outlet Kicker says Alaba is yet to decide his future and has been presented with more offers from across Europe.

Chelsea, United and PSG are said to have sent contracts to Alaba.

Meanwhile, Manchester City and Barcelona are also preparing their own offers for the versatile defender.

And long-term suitors Liverpool remains interested as well.

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