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 Chelsea Considering Permanent Deal Over Loanee Player – Dean Jones Revealed

Dean Jones revealed to GiveMeSport that certain members of the Chelsea contingent are baffled by the club’s stance on Armando Broja.

The Albanian international has been the talk of several towns this month, stretching from South West London to the south coast.

Southampton have mentioned his name rather profusely over the past few weeks, as they aim to clear up the status of their on-loan striker.

Ralph Hasenhuttl and the St. Mary’s hierarchy are keen on making Broja a permanent fixture in their ranks, following an impressive debut season in the Premier League.

With seven goals across all competitions so far, the 20-year-old really is the jewel in Hasenhuttl’s offensive crown.

The Saints want him to stay behind the summer and have reportedly enquired with Chelsea about initiating this plan.

Will Chelsea let Broja leave?

They should supposedly get their answer by the end of the week when the Blues will have decided whether or not they want Broja onboard for the future.

According to the Evening Standard, the young centre-forward could cost around £20m, but would be released with a buy-back clause in his contract.

Some stationed within Stamford Bridge’s walls seemingly think even of the idea of selling Broja is a mistake

“I know that there are people at Chelsea that are amazed the club would even consider doing this because, in a way, he’s the most in-form striker right now,” said Jones.

“You’d probably rather have him up front than (Romelu) Lukaku, to be honest.”

Armando over Romelu?

At this very moment in time, many Chelsea supporters arguably would take Broja as their front man over Lukaku.

The record signing is yet to justify his weighty price tag, scoring just eight times upon his return to the English capital.

He looks out of sorts and out of sink with the rest of Tuchel’s team; something of a square peg in a round hole.

This couldn’t be further from the truth when talking about Broja and his suitability to Southampton.

Hence why Hasenhuttl has urged the chain of command to push for the attacker’s full-time signature.

Yet, Chelsea might pull him back, depending if Lukaku’s form fails to improve soon.

A tug of war between two sides on the opposite end of the financial spectrum; let’s just hope Broja doesn’t fall apart because of the pressure.

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