Trevoh Chalobah has signed a new contract with Chelsea that will keep him at Stamford Bridge until June 2028, with the club having the option to extend until 2029.
The 23-year-old’s senior Chelsea career exploded into life last season when he scored a memorable goal against Crystal Palace on his first appearance at Stamford Bridge, falling to his knees in an emotional celebration.
Chelsea chairman Todd Boehly and co-controlling owner Behdad Eghbali said: ‘We’re delighted that Trevoh will be extending his stay with Chelsea. 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.’
On signing his new deal, Chalobah said: ‘I’m over the moon to sign this contract. 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 for the club and look for 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 and the club for trusting in me. I’ll now continue to give my all.’
Chalobah has already racked up 43 appearances for the Blues in his 18 months as a senior player at Stamford Bridge and will be hoping for plenty more in the years to come. Congratulations on the new deal, Trev!
This article was updated 1 year ago