AC Milan director flies to London to hold Chelsea transfer talks!

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The director of AC Milan, Geoffrey Moncada, flew to London  to meet with CHELSEA regarding Armando Broja.

Broja was one of the players that the club had big hopes for and a star that they believed could lead the attack and be the next Didier Drogba, but it has not worked out for the man.

He struggled to make an impact at Stamford Bridge and he struggled to make an impact while out on loan last season – and there is now a big feeling that he will be one of the players that will get sold this summer window.

Now reports on Sky Italian have claimed that Moncada has flown to London to hold talks with the club over a deal for Broja, as Negotiation will be key as the money the Italian club can offer might pale in comparison to others.

In his exclusive interview with The Athletic, the hitman said that ‘of course’ he’d like to move on to pastures new if that meant that he’d get back in his groove of scoring goals. That said,

“Nothing has been decided yet, but if I need to go somewhere else to get back in my groove, then of course I would want to do that.”

“As a player, there is no better feeling than being on the pitch and knowing you have a club and a team who defends you; a club who allow you to make mistakes because they know you will become something.”


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