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Chelsea defender Trevoh Chalobah might not play for the club again after reportedly turning down the chance to join Nottingham Forest.
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Trevoh Chalobah might now never play for Chelsea again after reportedly turning down a chance to leave for Nottingham Forest on the transfer deadline line.

The English defender picked up an injury during pre-season and hasn't played this season, but there was an attempt to move him on without success last month.

Chelsea have brought in Benoit Badiashile, Axel Disasi and Levi Colwill who returned from a loan spell at Brighton, making Chalobah surplus to requirement.

German giants Bayern Munich had been interested in him but failed to secure a deal leaving Nottingham Forest who made a bid in the region of £30million including add-ons for his service, but the defender pulled out at the last minute, insisting he would want to stay at Chelsea and fight for his position.

According to a report in the Sun, Chalobah has angered a few of the Chelsea board members and he will likely not play for the club anytime soon.

There is also a chance that Bayern Munich, a club where his former manager Thomas Tuchel is the boss attempt to sign in the summer. The English defender only signed a new long-term deal last year that allows him to stay at the club until 2028- so they will have to find a solution that suits both player and club.

Chalobah said after signing his new deal last year: “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.”

Chelsea will take on Bournemouth this weekend looking for their second league win having lost to Nottingham Forest before the international break.