Chelsea wonderkid Kyle Scott is a target for both ​Leicester City and Huddersfield Town as his contact talks have stalled.

The 19-year-old playmaker is regarded as one of the hottest prospects at Chelsea.

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He was denied a loan move to ​Reading in the summer as the Blues struggled to complete the deal to bring Danny Drinkwater to Stamford Bridge.

Scott is yet to feature for the Blues first-team, but has impressed in the Checkatrade trophy.

He also made an appearance on the bench for Chelsea’s opening two fixtures of the current ​Premier League season.

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However, according to ​The Sun, Scott is concerned about his lack of game time and could look for a move somewhere else, a move that’s reportedly put Huddersfield and Leicester on red alert as both sides look to bolster their ranks.

Scott’s current deal expires in 2019, but ​Chelsea are keen to extend it.

Antonio Conte’s men cruised to victory over ​Huddersfield on Monday night with goals from Tiemoue Bakayoko, Willian and Pedro ensuring a comfortable away win.

Speaking after the clash, Conte claimed Chelsea can still catch ​Manchester City at the top of the pack.


But the Italian admitted only a spectacular City collapse will make that likely.

He said: “It doesn't mean we don't want to try to catch them but we have to hope they have a big, big slip and for us then to win every game in this league.”