Chelsea refuses approach from Wolves for striker Armando Broja

Chelsea wants to include an obligation-to-buy clause in the region of £35m.

Chelsea have reportedly turned down an approach from Wolves for striker Armando Broja. It means, Broja will stay at Stamford Bridge for the entire season.

Wolves boss Gary O’Neil wanted to sign this forward during the winter transfer window. He is looking at him as an ideal replacement for Fabio Silva and Sasa Kalajdzic who left the club.

Silva completed a loan switch to Scottish Premiership side Rangers, and Kalajdzic will spend this season in Germany with Eintracht Frankfurt.

As per Italian journalist Fabrizio Romano, the Blues have turned down a formal approach from Wolves for Broja. They were hoping to sign the Albania international on loan for the ongoing season only. However, it didn’t work out as their bid was rejected by Chelsea.

The West London club want to include an obligation-to-buy clause in the region of £35m. It would help them meet the Premier League’s Profit and Sustainability rules. Wolves find it really tough to reach Chelsea’s demands considering the Financial Fair Play regulations.

The Cottagers will now plan one more loan deal for the Chelsea man and it could be the last offer. Broja’s contract will expire in the summer of 2028. He has made 19 appearances this season, scoring two goals and providing two assists.

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