Inter Milan are targeting a summer move for defender Trevoh Chalobah, according to .
The Italian side view Chalobah as the ideal replacement for Milan Skriniar, who is set to join Paris-Saint Germain at the end of the season.
Chalobah penned a long-term contract with Chelsea in November with his deal not due to expire until 2028 but he has struggled for regular game time this term.
He has made 19 appearances for the Blues this season but following the arrivals of Wesley Fofana and in the summer and January respectively, Chalobah may be set for even more time on the bench or out of the squad.
The 23-year-old may also be sold in order for Chelsea to comply with Financial Fair Play regulations, with the club able to make a 100% profit on him due to the fact he came through the club’s academy, which would help balance the books.
and must start selling players in order to avoid breaking FFP rules.
Chalobah, who has spent time out on loan at Ipswich, Huddersfield and French club Lorient, has made a total of 48 appearances for Chelsea since making his debut but could now follow Fikayo Tomori in swapping west London for Serie A.
Tomori also progressed through Chelsea’s academy but was sold to Inter’s rivals AC Milan in 2021 and helped them win the 2021-22 Serie A title.
Chelsea, meanwhile, are having an abysmal season and are currently ninth in the Premier League table – 10 points off the top four – and are out of the FA Cup and Carabao Cup.
Graham Potter’s side return to action with a trip to West Ham on Saturday before they host Borussia Dortmund in the Champions League last 16 on February 15.
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