Sierra Leonean Born-Trevoh Chalobah Extends Contract With Chelsea to 2028.
Sierra Leonean-born Chelsea Defender Trevoh Chalobah has a six-year contract extension at Chelsea, which will keep the defender at Stamford Bridge until 2028.
Trevoh Chalobah’s new deal will keep him at Stamford Bridge until 2028. The 23-year-old has signed his second contract extension in the last 12 months.
Chalobah forced his way into Graham Potter’s starting side in recent weeks. Owner Todd Boehly said Chalobah is an important part of the first-team squad.
The deal is a reward for Chalobah after the defender forced his way into Graham Potter’s side – starting their last seven Premier League matches.
“We’re delighted that Trevoh will be extending his stay with Chelsea,” said Boehly and co-controlling owner Behdad Eghbali.
He has been with us since childhood and has grown into an exceptional young player.
‘He’s an important part of our men’s first-team squad and we’re excited to see what’s next for Trevoh at Chelsea.”
The Blues bounced back from a slow start to the campaign to top their Champions League group, finishing ahead of the Italian champions.
‘I’m over the moon to sign this contract,’ Chalobah told Chelsea’s official website.
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‘It’s been an honour every time I put the shirt on. I want to give my all and do anything for this club. As everyone knows I’ve been here from a young age and to continue here is every kid’s dream. Whenever I get the chance, I’ll give my all to the club and look to the future ahead.
‘I want to say thanks to God for this, without him none of this would be possible. And just always believing. Thanks to my family as well as the club for trusting in me. I’ll now continue to give my all.’
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Although born in Sierra Leone, Chalobah has represented England at multiple youth levels and since 2019 has earned three Under 21 caps.