Well, Chelsea is with no doubt one of the best teams in Europe. The Blues have one of the strongest squads in Europe. There are youngsters like Mason Mount, Trevor Chalobah and Calum Hudon Odoi who are really doing well. Chelsea has intentions of keeping those youngsters so as to ensure that the future of the club is secured. Chelsea center back Thiago Silva has named one youngster who he particularly thinks is the future of Chelsea.
According to Marca, Thiago Silva believes that Trevor Chalobah will be a potential footballer at Chelsea in the years to come. Thiago Silva praised the youngster saying that he trains like an experienced professional.
Thiago Silva said;
"Chalobah is a player despite being so young who plays like an experienced professional. And that really makes me happy because I'm there alongside him playing the same position, I can see how he is performing, how he is developing.
Chalobah is the future of Chelsea. Not just anybody can do what I see him doing. He will be a star at Chelsea."
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