This summer, there have been ongoing rumors about Armando Broja leaving Stamford Bridge. Armando Broja of Chelsea has been contacted by Real Madrid to see whether he is available.
The Spanish powerhouses are attempting to sell several number of attackers in order to solidify their team for the upcoming campaign with the addition of numerous young strikers, with Broja being one of their targets.
Chelsea, however, is currently preparing Broja to join Thomas Tuchel’s team for the upcoming season after previously evaluating offers for the 20-year-old.
Before tonight’s friendly match against Udinese, the striker is back in training with the first squad after being transferred from another team due to interest from other clubs.
However, with Madrid, Everton, Newcastle, and numerous Italian teams interested in signing the Albanian international, a summer transfer for Broja cannot be completely ruled out.
West Ham is still interested, although they would rather make a loan arrangement. While youngsters like Billy Gilmour, Ethan Ampadu, and Kenedy are still waiting in the wings for a position in Tuchel’s team, Broja and fellow former loanee Michy Batshuayi have been assigned shirt numbers for the upcoming campaign.
Following a productive season with Southampton, Broja is also being pursued by Everton, Newcastle, and a number of Italian clubs for the upcoming campaign. In 38 appearances for the Saints last season, the international player from Albania scored nine goals, including goals in every domestic match.
In preparation for tonight’s pre-season friendly against Udinese, Broja is working out with Tuchel’s team, but Real Madrid is still interested in signing him.
Despite their setbacks to Nathan Ake, Matthijs de Ligt, and Jules Kounde, Chelsea is determined to give Tuchel what he wants, which is two additional center-backs and a wing-back.
According to Sportshebron, the Blues and Paris Saint-Germain are still in negotiations on a transfer for defender Presnel Kimpembe. Before returning their focus to acquiring another attacker to his squad, Tuchel is giving priority to another defensive addition.