Chelsea are weighing up whether to “cash in” on Armando Broja this summer, with West Ham among the six clubs keen on snapping up the striker, according to Goal journalist Nizaar Kinsella.
The website’s Chelsea correspondent revealed in an article that the Hammers, Newcastle, Southampton, Napoli, Inter and AC Milan are all interested in the Albanian international, who may only cost £25m:
ICYMI: Armando Broja is attracting interest from a fair few of Europe’s biggest teams. Chelsea are faced with the choice to cash in on his talents or not. https://t.co/2FG58CV4SG
— Nizaar Kinsella (@NizaarKinsella) May 22, 2022
Thomas Tuchel has already said he will assess Broja’s progress in pre-season once he returns from his loan spell at Southampton, but it looks as though the player will be keen on leaving Stamford Bridge if he isn’t given regular first-team football by the Blues next campaign.
West Ham are very much in the market for a striker and, at 20 years of age, Broja would be the kind of player that manager David Moyes could get the most out of, especially considering the power and pace that the forward possesses.