The Blues were not allowed to use the main entrance after fears have been increased following the Borussia Dortmund team bus attack midweek
CHELSEA were forced to use the emergency exit as they entered the Radisson Hotel as fears increase over Premier League stars safety.
The West Londoners arrived in Manchester earlier this afternoon as they prepare to face former manager Jose Mourinho’s side at Old Trafford on Sunday.
Antonio Conte’s men were not allowed to enter the hotel through the front entrance with growing concerns English teams could be targeted in an attack.
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German side Borussia Dortmund were the victims of an attack midweek as there was a handful of explosions by the team bus as they travelled to Signal Iduna Park to face Monaco in the Champions League quarter-final.
Centre-back Marc Bartra was injured in the incident where he suffered a broken wrist after being hit by fragments after the window was smashed.
Manchester United were also subject to inspection when they arrived at the Lowry Hotel before the Premier League’s standout clash of the weekend.
Sniffer dogs were brought in as security intensifies over a bomb attack in the United Kingdom.
The Red Devils are no stranger of bomb check-ups as their team bus was searched for any devices prior to the Dortmund incident even taking place.
Clubs in the Bundesliga have heightened their security following the wake of the latest terror attack in Europe.
On November 13, 2015, a series of terror attacks in Paris sent shock-waves around the world, where France’s national stadium – the Stade de France, was targeted.
Chelsea sit four points above second-placed Tottenham Hotspur at the top of the table with seven games left, and could go 21 points clear of Manchester United with a victory tomorrow.