Chelsea midfielder set to make West Bromwich Albion switch

BY PAUL LAGAN

Trevoh Chalobah will complete a move to West Brom within the next week.

The 22-year-old midfielder (pictured right), who has played on loan for Lorient and Huddersfield, never played for Chelsea’s first team.

It’s unlikely the Blues will demand a fee for the younger brother of former Chelsea youngster Nathaniel, who is at Watford.

Victor Moses has ended his Chelsea career by signing a permanent deal with Russian outfit Spartek Moscow. He played 20 games on loan for them last season.

The former Whitgift School pupil played 128 times for the Blues in a nine-year spell at SW6. He scored 18 goals and won a Europa League, FA Cup and the Premier League title.

Juan Castillo, 21, has extended his contract by a year before being farmed out to Birmingham City.

Last season he played for AZ Alkmaar second team then moved to Den Haag where he made 17 first-team appearances.

Chelsea Women’s boss Emma Hayes has signed a new undisclosed contract. She has been in charge for nine years and 249 matches.

Hayes has overseen four Super League titles, two FA Cups, two Continental League Cups, the FA WSL Spring Series, and the Women’s FA Community Shield.

She said: “Everyone knows what this club means to me. The work we’ve done together over the last nine years has been hugely rewarding, full of growth of the women’s game, accompanied with winning, which is one of the club’s key values.

“I really look forward to keep building on the successes we’ve already achieved and I’m delighted to have extended further.”

Head of performance for the women’s side Bart Caubergh has left.

He said: “It’s been an amazing two years winning five trophies. Now it’s time for a new adventure.”

 


 

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