Chelsea to let go of Trevoh Chalobah as Inter Milan shows interest

Inter Milan is reportedly showing interest in Trevoh Chalobah of Chelsea as a future transfer target. That is as per reports from journalist Bobby Vincent. Chalobah has somewhat become a lost figure at Stamford Bridge. He did not play a single minute this season and stayed in the reserve.

In discussions on a certain podcast, journalist Bobby Vincent reported that Inter Milan, the Italian giants, have a longstanding admiration for Chelsea’s Trevoh Chalobah. Hence, a potential move for the Blues’ center-back is not out of consideration, according to the report.

It seems that Chelsea is willing to part ways with the academy graduate, Trevoh Chalobah. That is if a potential suitor is willing to meet their asking price, which is £35 million as per reports.

Numerous players who left Chelsea for Serie A in recent years have been enjoying notable success. Hence, there is intrigue surrounding whether Trevoh Chalobah will be doing the exact same thing.

What did the journalist say about Chelsea defender Chalobah?

Bobby Vincent said: “Fulham are interested and they’ve enquired about him. I’ve also heard that Inter Milan are still showing interest and they have been for a while.”

“I was speaking to someone at Stamford Bridge after the Fulham win and they were saying Inter Milan still really like him and wouldn’t rule him out.”

“Chelsea are more than happy to get a decent fee. They’d be asking for in the region of £35 million.”

In his 63 senior appearances for Chelsea, Trevoh Chalobah has demonstrated his ability at this level. Meanwhile, it’s acknowledged that when considering selling academy graduates to generate pure profit on the balance sheet, his name might be one of the first to come to mind.

In a scenario where everyone is healthy and available, Chalobah may not be among the best defenders at the moment. Considering this, selling the versatile defender could potentially be a good choice. Especially if the price offered is deemed appropriate.

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