Chelsea star Trevoh Chalobah transfer value increased significantly

Antonio Nusa

Trevoh Chalobah had shown a brilliant display against Forest on Saturday. Chelsea have spend few trophyless season under Todd Boehly.

Todd Boehly is eager to his club to return in the top four of the Premier League and also wants to win the league.

The club have spent over £1b on signing new players specially the young players, the club also broke the premier league transfer record by signing Moises Caicedo for £115m this year.

Whilst there’s no denying the club were in desperate need of an overhaul, the number of signings was certainly excessive, putting the club in potential financial trouble, recording £90m losses for the previous financial year.

Chelsea need to work in a very smart way to buy the new players to improve the squad if they want to fight for the Champions league spot next season.

Chelsea does not have any plans to sell Trevoh Chalobah in the coming years

However, spending a large amount of money in the transfer window and signing new players but failed to any improvement in the league. but one player showed an immense improvement in his game and has become a starting player in the team.

Even after various injuries problems at the right back position, the academy graduate Trevoh Chalobah has been the man to fill that position, even if he a central defender.

In the game against City on saturday both Chelsea’s right back Malo Gusto and Reece Jame were fit to play but they did not started the match. It was the 24 year old defender to started at the right back position.

Chalobah kept his former team-mate Hudson- odoi in his pocket. But the former Chelsea player scored the goal when Chalobah was shift to central defence role and Gusto to the right side.

Forest was desperate to win this game in order to avoid the relegation from the premier league. But blues had some other plans. Chelsea won the game in style and the main contribution came from Chalobah who made five clearances and also made some tackles to prevent the forest strikers from scoring the goals.

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