A NUMBER of Chelsea fans have told Ben Chilwell in no uncertain terms that they don't want him at Stamford Bridge.
The Blues have been heavily linked with the left-back with boss Frank Lampard eager to strengthen that area of the pitch.
Leicester have slapped a £80million price-tag on the England international with Chelsea so far refusing to fork out that figure.
But despite an impressive season for the Foxes, it appears Chelsea fans want Lampard to look elsewhere.
Replying to a tweet Chilwell posted during Bayern's battering of Barcelona, one said: "Stay away from my club."
Another said: "Please stay at Leicester. Don't join Chelsea. Sincerley, Chelsea fans."
A third bluntly added: "Stay at Leicester bro."
One more said: "You're a fraud and I never want to see you at Chelsea."
Manchester United have also shown an interest in Chilwell which could prove a blessing in disguise for Blues fans.
They would instead prefer to see Lampard land a cheaper alternative and use the spare cash to strengthen other areas of the squad.
Blues are also interested in Ajax man Nicolas Tagliafico and Real Madrid's Sergio Reguilon after he impressed on loan at Sevilla.
Reguilon, 23, is expected to be available for around £23m with Los Blancos keen to raise transfer funds.
And is he thought to be keen on a move to the Premier League and paricularly test his abilities in the Champions League.
Chelsea are soon to be light of options of the left with Marcos Alonso and Emerson Palmieri preparing to leave the club.