AS Roma Starts Ending Possibility of Loaning Trevoh Chalobah from Chelsea - Trevoh Chalobah's opportunity to move from Chelsea is still wide open in January 2023. AS Roma reportedly want to borrow the 23-year-old player.

Rumors of Chalobah's departure from Chelsea have actually been circulating since the summer of 2022. Several teams have expressed interest and Chelsea are willing to listen to offers.

Until the transfer market closes, there is no offer that tempts the Blues. Chelsea, which was still being managed by Thomas Tuchel, chose to keep Chalobah on the grounds of maintaining the depth of the squad at centre-back.

However, Chalobah's fate did not change. He remains a back-up player, even though Chelsea have played with three defenders. There is no place for him.

Monitor Situation

Reports from Corriere dello Sport say, Roma are now turning on the radar. The Giallorosi are monitoring Chalobah's situation closely.

The most likely option for Roma is to borrow. The same thing Roma did with some new players last summer: if it's not free, it's on loan.

The plan is that Roma will start moving in January 2023. Chalobah is currently on the first list for Roma to buy.

Failed to get a centre-back

Roma have been quite active in the last transfer market. Seven new players were successfully brought in at affordable prices.

However, Roma keep one flaw in their transfer activity. Yes, Roma didn't manage to get any middle.

In order to maintain the depth of the squad in that position, Chalobah is considered the most realistic option.

Please Borrow

The same report states that Chelsea are pleased if Chalobah is on loan. If you want to be made permanent, Chelsea refuses.

At a young age and considered potential, Chelsea finally softened to let him go to get more playing minutes.

However, Chelsea must understand that the departure of Chalobah can inflict injury on the squad. Because, if he had to leave, Chelsea only had three players in natural positions as central defenders.

Source: Corriere dello Sport 

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