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Chelsea decide young striker Broja is ‘transferable’ amid AC Milan links

Chelsea have decided that Armando Broja is ‘transferable’ amid interest in the forward from AC Milan.

Broja was subject of transfer interest from a number of Premier League clubs during the summer but instead signed a new long-term contract at Chelsea earlier this month.

 

The 21-year-old spent last season on loan at Southampton and impressed, scoring nine goals in all competitions, before returning to Stamford Bridge.

West Ham came close to agreeing a deal to sign Broja on a permanent basis, though former manager Thomas Tuchel decided against his sale given Chelsea’s lack of options at centre-forward.

However, the Daily Express are reporting that Graham Potter is open to his exit with AC Milan interested in a deal for the Albania international.

The Italian champions are looking to freshen up an ageing forward line at the San Siro with Zlatan Ibrahimovic (40) and ex-Chelsea forward Olivier Giroud (35) among the club’s current forward options. Broja is viewed as an attainable and affordable option for the Rossoneri, who believe a fee in the region of £27m will be enough to secure a deal.

Broja has featured for just 72 minutes in the Premier League this season, across four substitute appearances.

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