Ipswich Town loanee Trevoh Chalobah has said “never say never” to a possible second loan spell at Portman Road but insisted any decision lies with parent club, Chelsea.
Ipswich Town’s loaned in player Trevoh Chalobah has said he is unsure of what Chelsea have planned for his future, but said “never say never” regarding a possible return to Portman Road once his loan spell comes to an end at the end of the season.
The youngster said that getting consistent game time is his top priority – which he has got with Ipswich – but he is keeping his options open regarding his future.
“We’ll have to see what happens,” Chalobah told the East Anglian Daily Times.
“You can never say never but it will be up to Chelsea and what they think will be best for me.
“From their point of view I think they will just want me to be at a club where I’m guaranteed games, whether it’s Championship, League One or even going abroad.
“Getting games is the most important thing for me as a young player. Chelsea have links with Vitesse Arnhem in Holland and they have a couple of players on loan there at the moment.”
Chalobah’s first season of professional football has been difficult at times, as has everyone’s at Ipswich Town. Chalobah came in under Paul Hurst and featured regularly, playing at both centre-back and defensive midfield. Upon Hurst’s sacking, the 19-year-old has kept his place in the side under Paul Lambert, missing just one league games throughout the whole season.