Chelsea transfer rumours: David Alaba contract update, Antonio Rudiger set to stay

Chelsea have had a mixed start to their Premier League season and have failed to win their last two games.

The Blues would’ve been disappointed to let a two-goal lead slip at home to Southampton earlier in the month, and then played out a 0-0 draw to Manchester United last weekend.

Frank Lampard brought a host of new players into his squad in the summer transfer window and could look to continue adding to his team in January.

With that being said, here are the latest Chelsea-related transfer rumours.

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Alaba contract latest

Chelsea-linked David Alaba is no closer to signing a new contract with Bayern Munich, according to Bild’s journalist Christian Falk.

Alaba was linked – as per the Telegraph – with a move to the Blues, as well as Manchester City, in July of this year.

The Austria international sees his contract with the European champions expire next summer and could be available as a free agent if he’s unable to reach an agreement with the German giants.

Falk tweeted: “The third round of negotiations about a new contract for David Alaba failed!”

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Clubs set to give up on Rudiger

Italian clubs AC Milan and Roma are set to give up on Chelsea defender Antonio Rudiger after Lampard’s decision to allow him more game-time.

It was reported earlier in the week that the Blues boss and the German centre-back held “constructive talks” over his future with the club.

After being linked with a move to the Serie A in the summer, it is now being reported by Milan Live, that Milan and Roma are set to give up on Rudiger.

The 27-year-old is yet to make a Premier League appearance this season.

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