Inter Milan-linked Chelsea defender Trevoh Chalobah has dropped a big potential hint about where his future lies.
Speaking to Italian broadcaster Sky Sport Italia while on vacation in Milano, via FCInterNews, the 23-year-old admitted that he enjoys being in Italy, and that he wouldn’t mind a move to Serie A.
The transfer links between Chalobah and Inter have been strong for some time.
The Englishman has been on the Nerazzurri’s radar since last summer.
Both towards the end of last summer window, and in January during the season just gone, Inter reportedly lined Chalobah up as a possible replacement in the event that Milan Skriniar were to be sold to Paris Saint-Germain.
In the end, Skriniar stayed put. Therefore, neither last summer not in January did the Nerazzurri go in search of a replacement.
However, Skriniar is set to leave and join PSG on a free transfer next season. Accordingly replacing the former Sampdoria star is a major priority for the summer.
Inter will clearly have to make a big defensive reinforcement or two during the summer.
Chelsea and former Napoli star Kalidou Koulibaly is a key name on the Nerazzurri’s radar. However, his Blues teammate Chalobah could certainly also come back into favour.
Inter Linked Chelsea Defender Trevoh Chalobah Hints At Future
At the moment, Chalobah is on holiday in Milano. The purpose of his visit is simply a vacation, although it has sparked one or two suggestions from the rumour mill.
Asked about his future, the Englishman said that “One can’t know what the future holds. In the past I’ve played in France and England.”
“It’s possible that I could try out a new adventure,” he continued. “It’s important for a player to have the opportunity to have different experiences.”
“I don’t know my future yet, but I like Italy,” the Englishman said. “It’s a beautiful country and the league is very good.”
“Right now, however, I have a contract with Chelsea, and I’m focused on the present,” Chalobah then stressed.
“You never know, though. As I said, I like Italy, the weather is nice and the people are kind, I feel good here.”
Of Serie A, the 23-year-old said that “Clearly the football here is top-level, it’s a great league.”
“I watched the finals [that Serie A teams played in],” he added. “We’re talking about great teams.”