David Ornstein has reported that Chelsea are now willing to let go of their young striker, Armando Broja. The Albanian forward could leave the club in the coming days if the Blues receive a suitable offer for the player.
Armando Broja Could Leave Chelsea This January
🚨 Chelsea willing to let Armando Broja leave on permanent if suitable offer received. Interest from multiple clubs including Fulham, West Ham & Wolves. Not contingent on #CFC signing replacement + Nkunku expected back soon @TheAthleticFC #FFC #WHUFC #WWFC
— David Ornstein (@David_Ornstein) January 17, 2024
Which Clubs Are Interested in Broja?
The Londoners have now reportedly made up their mind with regards to their promising young striker. According to Ornstein, the club is now open to listening to offers from other clubs for the player. The 22-year-old could join another Premier League club and according to the journalist, there is no shortage of suitors. West Ham, Wolverhampton Wanderers and Fulham are all interested in acquiring the services of the Albanian.
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It was believed that the Premier League giants will look for an alternative before letting Broja go. However, the report clarifies that the transfer is “not contingent” on Chelsea’s ability to land a replacement. The imminent return of Christopher Nkunku, sooner than expected, is also a major determining factor in the club’s willingness to sell.
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Broja’s Chelsea Career So Far
The Chelsea academy product has struggled to make his mark at the highest stage so far. He was promoted to the senior side in 2020 and made his official debut the same year as a teenager. However, the Albania international struggled to stamp down a place in the first team and has spent loan spells away from Stamford Bridge.
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The former Tottenham man has had stints at Dutch side Vitesse and English club Southampton. The “very talented” striker has also faced injury issues in his short career so far which have hindered his progress. A permanent move away from the expectations and limelight could potentially help the youngster bring his career on the right track.