Fabrizio Romano says £45m Newcastle target expects a move in January

While there is still a substantial amount of football to be played before the January transfer window opens, it’s challenging to disregard the upcoming transfer activity.

Newcastle United is currently the center of attention, and the club is linked with numerous potential signings. Eddie Howe, the current Magpies manager, faces the challenge of maintaining competitiveness in various competitions, which is a new experience for the club. The era of fielding a youth team in the early stages of domestic cup competitions is gone, thanks to ambitious owners.

As a result, Newcastle will need to reinforce their squad. While the midfield has been a position associated with potential strengthening, it’s not the only area under consideration. Defenders might also be required. Eddie Howe doesn’t have an abundance of options beyond Fabian Schar and Dan Burn, and one name that emerged frequently during the summer transfer window was Trevoh Chalobah.

Trevoh Chalobah - Player profile 23/24 | Transfermarkt

According to Fabrizio Romano, Trevoh Chalobah is anticipating a departure from Chelsea in January and is set to engage in new discussions with the Stamford Bridge club. During the summer, the 24-year-old garnered interest from Newcastle, with Chelsea reportedly valuing him at £45 million. Bayern Munich is also thought to be interested in the player, but as Romano states, the competition to secure his services is still open.

Trevoh Chalobah would align with the type of player that the PIF (Public Investment Fund) has been targeting since taking over Newcastle. At 24, the defender has a promising career ahead of him and has already accumulated significant experience in the Premier League and Champions League. His versatility, being able to play in various positions, makes him a valuable option, potentially serving as a capable backup for Schar, who cannot realistically be expected to play in every single game.

If Chelsea intends to offload Chalobah, it would be wise for Newcastle to closely monitor his situation.

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