Newcastle United urged to make a move for Armando Broja.
The Chelsea forward has spent the last season on loan at Southampton scoring nine goals in 38 appearances.
Currently, West Ham are leading the race for Broja’s signature and has offered £30m to sign him on a permanent deal.
The Albanian international has been linked with several Premier League clubs this summer with Newcastle also considered one of his potential suitors.
Gabriel Agbonlahor believes Newcastle United or Leeds could be a better option for him.
Agbonlahor told Football Insider: “I think Broja is a top, top player but maybe his form in the second half of the season put a few suitors off.
“Clubs will want him, but he tailed off in the second half of the season.
“But if I was Newcastle or Leeds, clubs who need strikers, I’d be doing everything I could to get him in.
“He’s shown what he can do in the Premier League. He’s a threat, he’s big, he’s strong.
“The clubs will just have to hope that he can do it over a whole season, not just six months.”