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Chelsea’s Trevoh Chalobah Eyes Exit Amid Injury Recovery

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Injury-Stricken Season for Chalobah

Chelsea’s defender Trevoh Chalobah has had a challenging season, with not a single game under his belt due to a persistent hamstring issue. Despite the setback, the centre back is on the cusp of returning to fitness, sparking discussions about a possible departure from Stamford Bridge to rejuvenate his career.

Defensive Woes Not Stopping Chelsea’s Wins

Even with a string of injuries plaguing Chelsea’s defensive lineup, including full backs Reece James, Ben Chilwell, and Marc Cucurella, the team has managed to find a winning formula. Chalobah, who faced a hamstring setback in October, is proceeding with caution to avoid aggravating the injury as he eyes a comeback.

Transfer Window Sparks Hope for Chalobah

The January transfer window has opened a door for Chalobah, raising hopes that he could secure a move, potentially on loan with an option for a permanent transfer, once he regains full fitness. Previous links to Bundesliga’s Borussia Dortmund and Tottenham have added to the speculation around his future.

Chelsea Contemplates Defensive Reinforcements

With Chelsea’s recent defensive signings Axel Disasi and Benoit Badiashile not living up to expectations, and stalwart Thiago Silva approaching his 40s, the club is reportedly considering a move for Benfica’s young central defender Antonio Silva. Manchester United have also shown interest in the 20-year-old Portuguese international.

Benfica’s Silva in Chelsea’s Sights

Reports suggest that Chelsea have entered negotiations with Benfica for Antonio Silva, contemplating an initial £52 million offer that could include Armando Broja. However, Benfica is holding out for Silva’s full £87 million release clause, potentially complicating the transfer.


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