Trevoh Chalobah: Chelsea's England youth international joins Ipswich Town on loan

Trevoh Chalobah on the Chelsea substitute's bench
Trevoh Chalobah was an unused substitute in Chelsea's 1-0 loss at Manchester City in March

Chelsea's teenage midfielder Trevoh Chalobah has joined Championship side Ipswich Town on a season-long loan.

The 18-year-old was part of England's victorious side at last summer's Under-19s European Championships alongside Ipswich's Andre Dozzell.

Chalobah was also an unused substitute in Chelsea's FA Cup win over Manchester United last month.

He has yet to make his first-team debut for Chelsea, having featured solely in the EFL Trophy.

"He's very comfortable on the ball and he's a very good player," Ipswich manager Paul Hirst told the club website.

"He's at an age where people might question him as he's a bit young. There will be demands put on him that he might not have encountered in the past, but from speaking to him I know he's hungry to succeed."

McGoldrick leaves Portman Road

David McGoldrick
David McGoldrick has played six times for the Republic of Ireland, but just missed out on the Euro 2016 squad

Meanwhile, Republic of Ireland striker David McGoldrick has left Ipswich after five-and-a-half years.

The 30-year-old initially moved to Portman Road on loan from Nottingham Forest in January 2013 before making the switch permanently that summer.

He went on to play 145 games for the Tractor Boys, scoring 41 goals.

McGoldrick missed the final three months of last season after tearing a tendon in his groin, having missed much of December with a gashed groin.

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