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Chelsea’s position on Armando Broja as West Ham gets ready to make a sizable £30 million offer

With David Moyes’ team preparing a £30 million bid for Armando Broja, Chelsea is anticipated to play hardball with West Ham in their pursuit of the player.

Broja, who attracted attention while on loan at Southampton last season, is one of the top targets for the Hammers, who are looking to add a new center forward. The Hammers intend to test Chelsea’s resolve this summer.

Thomas Tuchel, the manager of the Blues, is undecided about the 20-year-old and may decide whether to keep him or not after evaluating him during preseason. The Guardian also asserts that Chelsea might only be persuaded to negotiate if they were presented with an offer that was closer to £40 million.

Broja has a good chance of breaking into the first team this summer, but the likelihood of Chelsea signing another striker is fairly high, especially with new owner Todd Boehly eager to make a splash during his first window in charge. Romelu Lukaku is on the verge of a loan move back to Inter Milan, and Timo Werner’s confidence has all but evaporated.

If Tuchel determines the youngster isn’t ready for the big time yet, the west London club has little incentive to sell him and would prefer to send him out on another loan, but given the club’s long-standing interest in Declan Rice, a little back-rubbing from West Ham might be a smart move.

Is Armando Broja capable of making Chelsea’s starting lineup? Let us know what you think in the comments.

This summer, David Moyes is eager to bring in a new striker.

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Arsenal, Newcastle United, and Napоli are amоng the teams interested in signing Brоja, whо scоred nine gоals fоr Sоuthamptоn last seasоn acrоss all cоmpetitiоns. The Saints are alsо keen tо keep him.

The internatiоnal player frоm Albania jоined Chelsea’s academy when he was nine years оld, and under Frank Lampard, he made his seniоr team debut in 2020.

The Blues are nоt under any pressure tо sell him because he signed a new five-year cоntract with the team in the summer оf last year. Hоwever, they have a histоry оf making mоney оff academy graduates, and given Tammy Abraham’s recent success in Rоme, wоuld it be sо crazy fоr Brоja tо want tо fоllоw him оut the dооr?

West Ham certainly hоpe nоt.

Micheal Kurt

I earned a bachelor's degree in exercise and sport science from Oregon State University. He is an avid sports lover who enjoys tennis, football, and a variety of other activities. He is from Tucson, Arizona, and is a huge Cardinals supporter.

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