Chelsea FC wants defender David Alaba at Stamford Bridge but their hope to sign the defender have been dealt a big bow making Real madrid or PSG as next club.Chelsea won't be able to sign David Alaba.
The Austrian is considered one of the best defenders in the world , with him capable of playing at both centre-back and left-back.
According to skysports in Germany David Alaba has rejected an offer from Chelsea on a free transfer this summer.
David Alaba has been in Bayern Munich for 11 years in which he is out of contract. Though he was offered a new deal but he rejected claiming he has decided to go for a new challenge. The 28 year old decision has made a number of clubs after him including Chelsea.
Chelsea was said to be favorite to sign the defender in the early time of the race. It's possible the club miss out on the deal according to skysports in Germany reporting he said No to Thomas Tuchel. It was reported that Thomas Tuchel tried his best to convince the defender to Stamford Bridge but failed in his attempt.
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