Trevoh Chaluba deletes Declan Rice’s tweet after insulting Chelsea fans

Trevoh Chalubeh has been targeted by some Chelsea supporters after he praised Declan Rice (Getty)

Trevoh Shaloba deleted the Twitter post he praised Declan rice After receiving backlash from Chelsea supporters.

next West Ham4-1 victory over Leicester City On Monday evening, Rice posted a celebratory message to her Twitter followers.

Shalouba took the opportunity to pay tribute to Rice’s performance as he quoted the West Ham midfielder’s message and wrote: ‘Great player’.

However, some Chelsea fans were unhappy with the timing of Chaluba’s tweet as West Ham’s win meant they knocked Thomas Tuchel’s side off the top of the Premier League.

Other Chelsea fans were unhappy that Chalobah was publicly praising an opponent, while some fans went so far as to tell the 22-year-old to leave Stamford Bridge.

Shaloba then deleted the tweet which has now sparked an outpouring of support from Chelsea fans who realized the defender was simply praising his friend.

Trevoh Chalobah praised Declan Rice after West Ham’s 4-1 win over Leicester City (Twitter)

Rice, Shaloba and Mason Mount played together at Chelsea Academy before releasing Rice at the age of 14 and joining West Ham.

Many Chelsea fans also pointed out that their former captain John Terry paid tribute to Arsenal midfielder Emile Smith Rowe on Instagram During the club’s 2-0 win at Emirates Stadium on Sunday.

Schaluba was expected to leave Chelsea on loan this summer, but his pre-season performances impressed Thomas Tuchel and the 22-year-old is now set to stay at Stamford Bridge to fight for a first-team spot.

in another place, Chelsea are on the verge of selling Kurt Zouma to West Ham in a £25.6m dealWhile the Champions League holders will seek to sign Sevilla central defender Jules Conde before the deadline.

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