Chelsea are thinking about selling off Armando Broja to West Ham United, the London Rivals, however, Fabrizio Romano reveals a twist. The former PSG manager explained that things are “intense” with the Blues at present as rapid but positive changes surround the club now.
One aspect which hasn’t been at the forefront is letting go of unwanted players for a price. That being said, the talented EPL-proven Broja is not exactly on the surplus list of requirements for Chelsea. The Albanian may not have started many top-tier or UCL clashes for the Blues next term. But he is the only existing, senior recognized striker with a glimmer of getting into Tuchel’s team as I see it apart from Michy Batshuayi.
I wanted to at least test the Albanian forward in a Blues shirt during the preseason, said the Chelsea boss. He does think he is going to be a mainstay in the EPL for one club or another. Talent, a uniquely dangerous style, and dedication are seemingly consistent with his repertoire.
Though Broja says, he wants to start for a club in the division. That side who is going to offer Broja this is probably going to be West Ham, not Chelsea. He is currently flying back to England to aid any agreement, with Everton and Newcastle United apparently also seek his signature.
Romano claimed the latest offer to be £ 30 million, in total. Meanwhile, West Ham is waiting for an answer from the Blues over that possible fee. Once agreed, the Italian journalist reveals that a ‘buy back/future sale percentage‘ will probably be on the table.
On the other side, Chelsea have completed the transfer of Gaga Slonina.
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