Of the Chalobah brothers, Trevoh is definitely the less known of the two.

Whilst Nathaniel has played for Watford, Napoli and the senior England side, Trevoh’s career is just starting.

However, since going on loan to Ipswich Town this season, he has really blossomed as a player.

Chalobah is yet to make his debut for the senior side, but at just 19-years-old, has bags of potential.

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He came through the academy system with other promising players like Ethan Ampadu and Mason Mount.

And having seen his brother’s success after going on loan, in June 2018, Chalobah moved to Suffolk for the season.

Although Ipswich Town are really struggling this season, Chalobah has been ever-present.

A physical player, his style of play has enabled him to adapt to the Championship well.

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Internationally, he was a part of the England Under-19 team that won the 2017 European Championships – although an ankle injury sustained in the final group game against Germany meant he missed the rest of the tournament.

As a result of his performances for Ipswich, he was called up to the England Under-20 side earlier this season.

And Chalobah even captained the side to 2-0 victory over Germany last night.

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If Chalobah can continue to show this kind of form for the remainder of the season, there’s no reason why he shouldn’t be aiming for a spot in Chelsea’s first team squad for next season.

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