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Chelsea willing to listen to offers for homegrown trio

Chelsea are willing to listen to offers for Conor Gallagher, Armando Broja and Trevoh Chalobah this summer as the club look to sell the homegrown trio and ease financial concerns.

The Blues have broken records with their transfer spending in recent windows and are feeling the squeeze of the Premier League’s Profit and Sustainability rules ahead of the summer. Academy graduates are counted as complete profit on the balance sheet and that has increased the likelihood of homegrown exits at the end of the campaign.

 

Football Insider are reporting that Chelsea will consider offers for each of Gallagher, Broja and Chalobah, who are expected to receive interest from rival clubs.

Gallagher has been a prominent figure in Mauricio Pochettino’s side this season and has made 38 appearances in all competitions, scoring four goals. The England international continues to be linked with an exit, however, with Tottenham keen on a deal that could cost in the region of £50m.

Broja departed in the January transfer window to sign for Fulham on loan but has struggled to make an impact at Craven Cottage. Rodrigo Muniz’s emergence in Marco Silva’s side has restricted the 22-year-old to just 49 minutes of Premier League action.

After struggling for status at Chelsea, Broja could leave on a permanent basis and has admirers across the division. Wolves, West Ham and Aston Villa were all linked with the Albania international before his loan move to Fulham.

 

Chalobah has struggled with fitness issues this season and has made only three Premier League appearances. He turned down a £25m move to Nottingham Forest last summer and has also had interest from Bayern Munich in recent windows.

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