According to 90min, Thomas Tuchel’s Chelsea may not sell Armando Broja despite interest from Jesse Marsch’s Leeds United, Everton, Newcastle United, and West Ham United, among others.
According to 90min, Leeds, Newcastle, Everton, West Ham, and Southampton are all interested in signing Broja from Premier League rivals Chelsea during the summer transfer window.
Southampton has reportedly made an official move for the 20-year-old Albania international striker, described as a “really, really exciting talent” by former Manchester United defender and Sky Sports pundit Gary Neville on Sky Sports Premier League in February 2022, on Sky Sports Premier League.
However, according to 90min, Chelsea has yet to make a decision on whether Broja will be sold or loaned out, and there is a chance that they could keep him in the first team for next season depending on what transfer business they do in the coming weeks.
In our view, Leeds United will have to play the waiting game in regard to a potential deal for Chelsea striker Armando Broja, who spent last season on loan at Southampton from the Blues.
Yes, Chelsea would like to make money from a potential sale of Broja, but the former Premier League and UEFA Champions League winners are not desperately looking to raise cash.
So, Leeds has no other option but to play the waiting game and keep monitoring the situation of the youngster.