Join us as we get you up to speed with all the latest Chelsea headlines with the fallout continuing from Sunday’s win over Sheffield United in the FA Cup

Here are your Chelsea morning headlines for Tuesday, March 23.
Ferdinand highlights Chelsea difference
Former Manchester United defender Rio Ferdinand has been discussing the difference between Thomas Tuchel’s Chelsea and how the team performed under Frank Lampard.
“Its down to coaching on the training pitch, 100%,” Ferdinand told Vibe with FIVE.
“Being able to translate your ideas and what you need from individuals and as a collective and doing that on the TV screen in the classroom and getting it out on the pitch in training sessions.
“One of the key things is having [N’Golo] Kante central in midfield. The amount of balls hes won back for that team to maintain possession and to maintain position on the pitch has been phenomenal.
“I think bringing experience back into the team and giving them more responsibility has been a big difference to Franks. Frank definitely went with the younger players and I think that knocked a few of the older players noses out of joint and they may have reacted negatively towards that.
“That created a problem. But these players have come back in Tuchel has rounded up the experienced players and told them, youre here, youre my mainstay and the younger players youre going to be a part of that as well.
“But the older players, dont worry, youre with me and theyve all bought back in after not feeling a part of it before.”
Chelsea snubbed by Alaba
Chelsea have missed out on summer transfer target David Alaba.
That’s according to Sky Germany, who say the Bayern Munich star has rejected an offer to make the move to Stamford Bridge on a free transfer this summer.
Alaba is out of contract at Bayern and looking for a new club after 11 years, despite being offered a new deal, deciding to pursue a new challenge.
That decision saw a number of clubs come calling with the versatile defender an attractive prospect on a free transfer, still only 28 years of age, and one of those clubs is said to have been Chelsea.
Alaba is on the lookout for a new club (Image: Matthias Balk – Pool/Getty Images)
But despite reportedly being favourites early on in the race, it now seems as though the Blues will miss out on a deal with Sky Germany reporting Alaba “said no” to Thomas Tuchel.
The report claims Tuchel tried to convince Alaba to make the move to Stamford Bridge but failed and that the German head coach wasn’t the only boss to fail in his attempts.
Paris Saint-Germain reportedly made a ‘huge offer’ to sign the Austrian, but even that wasn’t enough with the defender said to be fixed on securing a move to La Liga with Real Madrid and Barcelona linked.
Haaland breaks silence
Erling Haaland has played down talk of leaving Borussia Dortmund this summer, amid links to Chelsea, Manchester United, and Real Madrid.
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“I still have three years of contract. I am not upset about that,” he said at a press conference whilst away on international duty with Norway, as per Cope.
“The media are the ones who write about it, I don’t focus on those things. I want to improve every day.
“Ronaldo and Messi … I don’t need to talk about them, they are the best of all time.
“They are still very far away, so to speak. somehow.”