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Breaking News:Tottenham make contact over £22m centre-back who’s faster than Ryan Sessegnon

Trevoh Chalobah of Chelsea is apparently the subject of renewed interest from Tottenham Hotspur ahead of the January transfer season.

The Spurs had reportedly abandoned a move for the 24-year-old a few weeks prior. But according to a recent story, the Lilywhites are reportedly back on the hunt.

Tottenham has reportedly gotten in touch with Chalobah’s representatives in an attempt to explore the prospect of a possible deal, per TEAMtalk.

Spurs are reportedly investigating their alternatives to step in and assist Micky van de Ven, who is now injured, and Cristian Romero.

In light of recent occurrences, Ange Postecoglou is allegedly eager to add a center-back to his roster in the upcoming weeks.

Tottenham had a great start to the season, but they lost a lot of games as a result of injuries and suspensions that thinned their roster.

Trevoh Chalobah a good shout for Tottenham but they also need someone who can hit the ground running at N17

Spurs’ renewed interest in Chalobah is not shocking given that Van de Ven has not yet returned to training.

He appears to be a solid choice for Tottenham at first glance. The young, gifted player, who is valued at £22 million, has a wealth of Premier League and Champions League experience.

Chalobah is endowed with exceptional speed as well. He said to in 2022, “My highest would be probably 34km/h.”

Spurs full-back Ryan Sessegnon, in contrast, has a speed recorded by SpeedsDB of 33.60 km/h.

Chalobah, though, is presently sidelined due to an injury and isn’t expected to return to action until the end of January.

Taking into account that he hasn’t participated at all this season, it would take him some time to fully compensate.

Chalobah would be a wonderful long-term addition for Tottenham, but they also need a player who can contribute right away when he arrives in January.

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