Often, improperly configured browser settings can wreak havoc. Usually, this is caused by using lots of extensions over time, although browser hijackers can also play a role. Try resetting Chrome to see if that resolves the problem.
To do that, head into the Chrome Settings panel. Next, click Reset and Clean Up (labeled as ‘Reset Settings’ in Chrome for macOS). Finally, click Reset Settings to Their Original Defaults, and then click Reset Settings on the confirmation pop-up box.
Chrome extensions can also cause problem, disabling Chrome extentsion can resolve problems.
Disable Chrome Extensions
To do that, head into the Chrome Settings panel and select Extensions. Each Extention will have the option to disable using a slide bar. Disable the Extention to see if it resolves your problem.