Armando Broja reveals he has offers from three leagues

Chelsea striker Armando Broja has been linked with a move away from the West London club in the summer transfer window.

Armando Broja needs to play regularly at this stage of his career, and he is unlikely to get such opportunities at Stamford Bridge. As relayed by Calciomercato, the 22-year-old has received offers from three different leagues, and it will be interesting to see where he ends up.

Clubs from Bundesliga, Serie A and the Premier League are keen on him. And the Albanian international has confirmed that teams from those three leagues have submitted offers to him.

Broja said, “It’s true, I have offers from these three leagues (Serie A, Bundesliga, Premier League). Staying at Chelsea? It’s an option, I still have a contract with them that expires in many years”.

Broja is highly rated at Chelsea, but they have not been able to accommodate him in their starting lineup. Going out on loan for another season does not make sense for the youngster, and he should look to leave Chelsea permanently and focus on his football at a club willing to provide him with regular game time.

He has the talent to establish himself as a key player for a top club, and it will be interesting to see where he ends up. The Chelsea striker needs to focus on his development for now, and he will be able to join a big club in the near future if he continues to develop in the coming seasons. Meanwhile, Chelsea will need to improve their attacking options as well.

Chelsea need a quality striker

Nicolas Jackson was quite underwhelming last season, and the Blues need to bring in an upgrade. It will be interesting to see if they can sell Broja and use the proceeds from his departure to bring in a reliable goal scorer this summer.

Chelsea have been linked with a number of attackers recently, and it remains to be seen who they end up signing. Chelsea had a disappointing season by their standards, and they will look to bounce back strongly. Signing a quality striker will be crucial to their success next term.

The 22-year-old will be hoping to compete at a high level next season, and it will be interesting to see if any top club is willing to provide him with an exit route. Chelsea will need to be reasonable with their demands as well.

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