Armando Broja’s move to West Ham from Chelsea will be a LOAN deal… the Blues are reluctant to let the talented Albanian forward permanently from Stamford Bridge
- West Ham are interested in signing Armando Broja permanently from Chelsea
- However, Chelsea are reluctant to allow him to leave permanently
- West Ham are now expected to loan him out for a season
Armando Broja’s move to West Ham is set to come on loan Chelsea reluctant to sell the 20-year-old forward this summer.
The hammers were ready to negotiate a fee for Broja, who scored nine goals on loan southampton last season but accept Chelsea’s position and are willing to take the Albania international for the first 12 months and see if they can make the deal permanent after that.
Chelsea’s attitude shows they haven’t given up on Broja to make it at Stamford Bridge.
West Ham are set to sign Armando Broja on loan as Chelsea don’t want him to leave for good
Tall and technical, he has made just one first-team appearance at Chelsea but has impressed during his spells at Vitesse and St Mary’s.
West Ham also want a left-back and have made an offer for Sassuolo striker Gianluca Scamacca, but that doesn’t affect Broja’s move to the London stadium.
Scamacca thrived in Serie A last season, scoring 16 goals in Italy’s top flight, while Sassuolo ended up in mid-table.
West Ham are also keen on Sassuolo’s Gianluca Scamacca and could sign two strikers
West Ham boss David Moyes seems set to be active in the transfer market this summer
He also attracted interest from French champions PSG this summer.
West Ham have already added to their squad three times in the current transfer window, bringing in Nayef Aguerd and Flynn Downes while also making Alphonse Areola’s loan spell permanent.
It seems they are still a long way from completing their summer deal as David Moyes is looking to further strengthen his squad ahead of another European season for the Irons.