Chalobah leaves Chelsea for Watford

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Chalobah has put pen to paper on a five-year contract at Watford after failing to break into the first team at Chelsea.

But Chalobah made just one league start for Chelsea, against Watford in May, after coming through the ranks at Stamford Bridge.

Chalobah joined Chelsea's academy at the age of 10 and spent time on loan at Watford, Nottingham Forest, Middlesbrough, Burnley, Reading and Napoli before establishing himself on the fringes of Antonio Conte's team last season, making 15 appearances in all competitions.

According to the Mirror, Chalobah has been offered a £65,000-a-week five-year-deal contract.

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It's a story we've heard several times in recent weeks, but it now seems set that the midfielder will reject whatever Chelsea offer him as he goes in search of more first team football. Since signing professionally for Chelsea in 2010, the youngster has had endured mixed fortunes during his six loan spells.

Paul Clement's men have already raided the Premier League champions this summer, bringing Tammy Abraham to South Wales on a season-long loan deal. He also helped Watford reach the Championship playoff final - they were beaten 1-0 by Crystal Palace.

He has represented England at U16, U17, U19, U20 and U21 level.

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