- Kyle Scott may be leaving Chelsea in the near future as negotiations over a new deal have stalled
- Huddersfield and Leicester have shown interest in the midfielder as his contract at the Blues ends in 18 months.
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At 19-years-old, Kyle Scott is seeking more playing opportunities as his time as a first team player at Chelsea continues to be limited.
As per The Sun, the Englishman’s talks over a contract extension haven’t progressed.
The centre-midfielder is prepared to leave the champions as Premier League teams Huddersfield and Leicester are interested in the player.
It’s understood that an issue over wages has nothing to do with this situation, The Sun reports.
Youth players failing to become Chelsea regulars remain an issue
Dominic Solanke was the same age as Scott when he left Chelsea to join Liverpool in the summer.
Negative debates continue to surround the Blues and its use of handling players through our academy.
Even if there’s a u-turn in these talks, it’s likely that the player would be sent out on loan as he is yet to feature for Antonio Conte’s team.