Chelsea footballer Chalobah talks about his future plans with the Blues

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Trevoh Chalobah reaffirmed his commitment to Chelsea, expressing his enduring love for the club amidst ongoing speculation about his future. Despite missing 32 games due to injury, he made a comeback in last night’s 3-2 win over Leeds, marking his first start since pre-season last July.

Comfortably paired with Axel Disasi, the 24-year-old solidified the Blues’ defense, completing his first full 90 minutes post long-term injury.

Throughout his time sidelined, Chalobah endured persistent speculation about his future, including a failed move to Bayern Munich last summer.

The academy graduate emphasized his commitment to staying focused amid distractions. Thus, stating he simply kept his head down during his time sidelined.

What did Chalobah say about Chelsea and rumors?

Chalobah said:

“I kept my head down and always kept working. With all the noise going on around me, I always just stay focused and I can always do what is in front of me.”

“And me being at this club and how much I love the club, I will fight no matter what. If I play or I don’t play, I will give it my all and that is all I can do.”

With injuries inside Chelsea’s squad, Chalobah hopes Mauricio Pochettino will offer him more chances in the season’s remaining matches.

Despite signing a new six-year contract in November 2022, Chalobah is likely to be offloaded this summer. Since, Chelsea aims to generate funds and comply with the Premier League’s profit and sustainability regulations.

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