Like Tomori, who won the championship after leaving Chelsea…Chelsea CB, Inter Milan ‘target’

Trevo Chalova has become a target for Inter Milan.

A promising resource from England. She is 192 cm tall, has a solid physical body, and has excellent defensive skills combined with aggressiveness. As long as he has basic build-up skills, he can play as a defensive midfielder and also play as a fullback with offensive skills.

After growing up in his Chelsea youth, he made his adult stage debut. After leaving on loan to Ipswich Town in the 2018-19 season, he exploded his potential by appearing in 44 matches, including cup competitions. Afterwards, he went on loan to Huddersfield and FC Lorient, raising expectations by playing an active role here as well.

He made his debut for Chelsea last season. He made 20 appearances in the league, cementing his place and even scoring his debut goal in the UEFA Champions League (UCL). Even this season, he is constantly receiving opportunities to play, appearing in 18 matches, including cup competitions. 메이저사이트

But his position is not good. He is 23 years old, but he is slowly entering his prime, but he still shows insufficient skills to play for Chelsea. As a defender, he lacks the most important sense of stability, and sometimes puts the team in crisis with big and small mistakes in every game. Competition intensified with the addition of Kalidou Koulibaly, Wesley Popana and Benoit Badiacil through two transfer windows.

Eventually, rumors of a transfer surfaced. According to Italian journalist Niccolo Cecarini, Inter Milan have identified Chalova as a replacement for Milan Skriniar. “If you look abroad, Chalova is another option. Inter are hoping to have talks with Chelsea,” he said.

This is something that Chelsea needs to think about. He’s not the core of the team, but he’s still young, so he has plenty of room to grow. In addition, it is necessary to maintain a thick depth in order to digest the tight second half schedule as injuries can occur.

British media ‘Football London’ highlighted this transfer theory and mentioned Fikayo Tomori, who left Chelsea in the past. Like Chalova, he is also a centre-back who grew up in Chelsea’s youth, but transferred to AC Milan last season to get a chance to play and played a key role to achieve the scudetto. ‘Football London’ explained that “Chelsea faced a situation similar to Tomori’s transfer.”

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