Chelsea will demand £25 million for Trevoh Chalobah amid Bayern Munich interest

Chelsea will not accept anything less than £25 million for homegrown utility man Trevoh Chalobah amid Bayern Munich’s increasing interest.

TEAMtalk reckons Chelsea will demand at least £25 million to sell Trevoh Chalobah, with the defender currently out of favour at the club. Bayern Munich have held an interest in the homegrown utility man, with the Blues eager to conduct a sale to balance their books for FFP.

When the summer window opened, Chelsea made another big splash as expected. Todd Boehly took his spending over a billion since taking over the club in the summer of 2022. To balance their act, the club embarked on a quest to sell some of their homegrown stars, which would have reflected well for FFP purposes.

They managed to offload Ruben Loftus-Cheek, Mason Mount and Lewis Hall for a combined £105 million. The latter’s sale will only reflect next season. They may have wanted to sell other stars as well. Conor Gallagher and Trevoh Chalobah attracted considerable interest late in the summer window.

Chalobah seemed open to Bayern Munich’s interest, with the Bavarians still keen to take him in January. With the German window closing earlier, the 24-year-old had less time to decide. He also ended up rejecting the overtures of Nottingham Forest.

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With Chalobah staying put and mentioning his will to fight for a place, Chelsea does not consider him a part of their plans. The homegrown utility man has endured an injury-led start to the campaign and is yet to feature for the club in all competitions.

Chelsea are keen to sell him amid FFP concerns and will entertain offers in the January window. The Stamford Bridge outfit reportedly want at least £25 million for their homegrown utility man.

Bayern Munich manager Thomas Tuchel knows the player all too well during his time at Chelsea and feels he could get the best out of the 24-year-old. Chalobah would reportedly like a switch to Bavaria, with the German side currently facing a shortage of central defenders.

They recently signed former star Jerome Boateng on a short-term deal to ease their troubles at the back but would want a new solution in January. Chalobah, familiar with Tuchel’s style and demands, would like this move, but it will all depend on negotiations between the two clubs.

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