Trevon Chalobah, a defender for Chelsea, is apparently the target of Inter Milan’s transfer plans for the summer.
The powerhouses of Serie A have compiled a list of possible replacements for Milan Skriniar, who will be leaving at the conclusion of the current campaign to sign with Paris Saint-Germain.
Chalobah, who is 23 years old, is reportedly one of the candidates they are considering, as reported by an Italian journalist named Niccolo Ceccarini. Chris Smalling, a former Manchester United defender who is currently playing for Roma, is one of the players Inter is considering, along with Giorgio Scalvini and Merih Demiral, all of whom are currently playing for Atalanta. In November, Chalobah signed a long-term contract with Chelsea that would keep him there until 2028; nevertheless, he has had trouble getting regular playing time this season.
This year, he has played 19 times for the Blues, but since Wesley Fofana and Benoit Badiashile have joined the team, it’s possible that his playing time could decrease moving forward. It is possible that if Chelsea sold Chalobah, they would be able to satisfy the requirements of the Financial Fair Play regulations. This is because the club would be able to make a profit of one hundred percent on him as a result of the fαct that he had come up through the club’s youth system. This would assist the club in balancing its books.
Since Todd Boehly became owner of Chelsea in the summer, the club has spent over £600 million on players. As a result, the club is anticipated to sell players in order to keep from violating the FFP guidelines.
After making his debut for Chelsea, Chalobah has gone on to make a total of 48 appearances for the club. He has also spent time away on loan at Ipswich, Huddersfield, and the French club Lorient.