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REPORTS: Chelsea star CLOSE to signing a new contract after stellar performances



Chelsea football club were undoubtedly one of the few active Premier League clubs during the summer transfer window before it was shut last month.

The West London club are keen on competing with the likes of Manchester City, Manchester United and Liverpool for more trophies this and have splashed the cash during the summer.

Chelsea completed the signings of Romelu Lukaku and Marcus Bettinelli in order to bolster their squad under the management of Thomas Tuchel.

And now, that has quite worked out well for them as the Blues are currently on top of the Premier League table after racking up 22 points from the nine league matches they have played so far.

And despite their good run of form, Chelsea remain keen on keeping some of their stars for the future and have offered young defender Trevoh Chalobah a new long-term contract.

The 22-year-old England International, who joined Chelsea in 2007 has put in stellar performances since he made his debut earlier in August.

The young central defender had an impressive 2020/2021 season while he was on loan at Ligue 1 side Lorient, scoring two goals and providing two assists in 30 appearances in all competitions.

Trevoh Chalobah has also enjoyed a flying start to the 2021/2022 season and has scored two goals since he made his debut in the UEFA Super Cup match against Villareal in August.

It is believed that the Chelsea board is happy with his excellent performances in the heart of defence and according to reports from The Sun, they are now set to reward Trevoh Chalobah with a new contract.

Reports from The Sun further claimed that Trevoh Chalobah is happy at Stamford Bridge and he is now close to signing a new contract with the club.

That said, the young centre-back will now look to continue his developments at the club as they aim to win the prestigious Premier League trophy at the end of the season

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