Chelsea make transfer decision on powerhouse ahead of January window
CHELSEA have reportedly made a decision on Armando Broja’s future amid the speculation that an elite striker is wanted at the club.
Just a few seasons ago Broja was hailed as the next big thing for the club after an impressive loan stint with Southampton, and he was given a chance to prove that he is able to leave that Blues attack.
However – injuries, poor performances and the clubs inability to create on a regular basis has meant that Broja has struggled to make any sort of impact at Stamford Bridge, and he has been just watching his career pass him by.
But He made a significant impact for us by winning a crucial penalty in a recent 4-4 draw with Manchester City and is ready to force himself into Mauricio Pochettino’s plans after coming back from a lengthy injury layoff
And according to Standard, the Blues have opted to reject Fulham’s pursuit of striker Armando Broja in the upcoming January transfer window. Despite Fulham’s interest in securing a replacement for Aleksandar Mitrovic, who has moved to Al-Hilal, the club are determined to retain the 22-year-old.
Broja remains committed to proving himself at Stamford Bridge and in an interview with the Secret Scout YouTube channel he said: “A lot of players would get frustrated with a lack of minutes, but for me, I know I’ve come back from a big injury.
‘I need to prove myself again to the manager, staff, club, and fans. I’m blessed to be in the position I’m in.”
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