June 15, 2024

Premier League opponents Aston Villa may make a move for Armando Broja, a striker for Chelsea.

Villa is among the teams interested in Armando Broja, who Chelsea is willing to sell this month.

The same source has asserted, meanwhile, that the Villans’ interest in the 22-year-old is contingent upon Jhon Duran staying with the team.

Chelsea striker Armando Broja could join Jose Mourinho at Roma as Italian  club make contact | Goal.com

In fact, Duran’s name has been mentioned at Stamford Bridge, according to journalist Nathan Gissing, who recently reported on the subject.

Before the transfer window shuts, Chelsea might let go of Broja and bring in Duran, albeit those interested in the latter would need to offer a sizable sum of money. The Blues are estimated by The Telegraph to be worth £50 million for its forward.

It’s understandable why Villa would be interested in Broja. He is a gifted young attacker with some Premier League experience under his belt.

In the end, Ollie Watkins may have a solid backup in the Albanian international.

However, Chelsea believes that moving Broja at this time is not a wise move, particularly considering that the striker they intend to sign this month, Duran, has even less experience playing in England than Broja does.

With Christopher Nkunku hurt and Nicolas Jackson still serving on international service, selling him now would also be rash.

However, we do not see any team spending £50 million for a 22-year-old who has just recovered from a catastrophic injury. Nothing appears imminent, since there will likely need to be extensive negotiations if Broja is sold during this transfer window.

Chelsea will have more time to reconsider their rather strange stance about their youthful No. 9, who only inked a new long-term contract in 2022.

The current Chelsea team is rife with inexperience. However, Thiago Silva is one of the best instructors the kids could ask for in the locker room.

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