• Tue. May 17th, 2022

Report: Chelsea could receive £25m to sell their striker in January transfer market

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Without a doubt, Chelsea football club will be hoping to win at least one title during Thomas Tuchel’s tenure as manager before the 2021/2022 season concludes.

The West London team has been dominant for the whole of the 2021/2022 season and are presently third in the Premier League rankings.

Additionally, Chelsea is in the Carabao Cup finals, where they will face Liverpool at Wembley Stadium next month.

However, Chelsea may now be prepared to sell talented centre-forward Armando Broja to Southampton on a permanent basis before the January transfer window closes.

The Albanian international, 20, joined Chelsea in 2018 and has been a key component of the club’s junior group in previous seasons.

During the 2020/2021 season, the teenage striker was loaned to Vitesse, where he scored 11 goals and assisted on three occasions in 34 appearances across all competitions.

Armando Broja returned to Chelsea in the summer before joining Southampton on loan, where he has seven goals and one assist in 21 appearances.

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Meanwhile, his remarkable efforts in front of goal are thought to have delighted Southampton’s board, with the club reportedly eager to sign Armando Broja on a permanent basis, according to prominent transfer analyst Fabrizio Romano through his verified Twitter profile.

Southampton are also reportedly prepared to make a proposal worth up to £25 million to get the teenage striker on a permanent basis from.

Romano said that the planned £25 million would be filed shortly as Southampton want to retain the club’s youthful Armando Broja.

However, it remains to be seen if the mooted £25 million fee would be sufficient to persuade Chelsea to sell the highly-rated striker to Southampton on a permanent basis.