The Chelsea talent that wants half the Premier League and Serie A

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The Premier League teams have the money for punishment and after a summer where transfers were few due to the economic crisis generated by covid-19, the next transfer market seems to be one of the busiest in recent times.

Among the large number of names that do not stop ringing and increasing the rumor mill prior to the opening of the transfer market on July 1 is that of Armando Broja.

The English striker, although international with Albania as he has dual nationality, has been a regular in the English league this season with Southamptona club with which he has played 38 games and has scored nine goals, in addition to giving an assist.

Owned by Chelsea until 2026, Broja has only played four minutes with the ‘blue’ first team. It was in March 2020, in a Premier match against Everton.

At 20 years old and 1.91 meters tall, Chelsea is willing to let him out this summer, either with a new loan or transferred, valuing the player at a figure close to 18 million euros. Suitors are certainly not lacking.

According to Sunday Express, Arsenal, Newcastle and West Ham United are some of the English clubs after the Slough-born striker.

Furthermore, as reported Goal, the English striker has also attracted the attention of several Serie A clubs such as Inter Milan, AC Milan or Napoli, who sees him as a substitute for Oshimen.

Armando Broja is a footballer with an imposing physique, characterized by his determination in front of goal and his movements inside the area, being a great finisher. But despite his ‘9’ profile of those of yesteryear, the English striker moves well away from the rival area. He with a great facility to fall to the band and make breaking unchecks, gaining the position to give a later continuity to the game through the pass or driving to the opposite area. He is undoubtedly a footballer who will be talked about in the coming years.

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