Manchester United are reportedly considering a move for Chelsea’s Trevoh Chalobah in the upcoming January window.
Chalobah has struggled with injuries and fallen out of favour under manager Mauricio Pochettino at Chelsea. Despite his desire to stay and fight for his place, it seems there is no place for him in Pochettino’s plans.
With Manchester United showing interest, there’s a growing competition for Chalobah’s signature, including from Bayern Munich, Borussia Dortmund, and even Nottingham Forest. However, Chelsea are looking to sell the academy graduate, and they value him at around £45 million.
For Manchester United, the pursuit of Chalobah might depend on their budget constraints and the need for outgoings to make significant winter deals possible. Chalobah, who is keen to stay in England, could find a move to another top-six Premier League side like United hard to refuse. As the January transfer window approaches, the race for Chalobah’s services is heating up, with several clubs vying for the talented defender.