Armando Broja could leave Chelsea on loan

Chelsea would be open to let Armando Broja leave on loan this January.

The Chelsea academy graduate has made 13 Premier League appearances this season after his return from a long-term injury.

Broja is one of the best players to come out of the academy but has struggled to get minutes since the arrival of Nicolas Jackson and Christopher Nkunku in the summer.

There is plenty of interest for the Albanian international, with the likes of West Ham, Fulham and Wolves all keen to acquire his services.

Chelsea are reportedly demanding £50million for the young striker but could lower their demands in order to facilitate a move this January.

The Blues want to balance their books and perhaps reinvest in a new forward this month.

Transfer guru Fabrizio Romano claims Broja could be one of the stars who could depart before the deadline day.

Romano revealed to GIVEMESPORT: “So not just for the directors and the owners, but also for Mauricio Pochettino, if they can find the right player or if they want to keep trusting Nicolas Jackson and Broja. In the case where they sign a new striker, probably Broja could leave on loan.

“So there are some things to decide internally and it’s not that easy to find any good solutions in the January window, that’s why at the moment it’s still something that is quiet.”


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