Chelsea aim to sell players before deadline tonight, one has transfer interest from four clubs

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Chelsea are reportedly looking to sell more players before tonight’s accounting deadline for Financial Fair Play reasons, with Armando Broja someone whose future could be in doubt.

The Albania international is available as Everton, Wolves, AC Milan and Bologna eye him up, according to the Guardian, but it remains to be seen if he’s one of the names who could be offloaded before tonight’s deadline.

Broja struggled on loan at Fulham last season after previously failing to break into the Chelsea first-team, so it makes sense that he could be someone to be shown the door at Stamford Bridge.

It will be interesting to see where Broja ends up, and it could be that we’ll see the 22-year-old playing elsewhere in the Premier League, with Everton and Wolves looking like good destinations, even if someone like Milan is clearly the bigger name.

Armando Broja of Chelsea

Then again, the issue with choosing a club like Milan would be that he might encounter similar problems as he has at Chelsea, with there being too much competition for places.

Broja transfer: Should Chelsea risk letting this talented youngster go?

Chelsea fans might be nervous about a sale like this as Broja has previously shown great potential in a loan spell at Southampton.

It might be that CFC just need to give Broja a bit more time to develop his game and gain some confidence, as he could then have the potential to shine in their first-team.

Still, not every young player can go on to become one of the game’s superstars, though Chelsea had some bad luck with letting Romelu Lukaku, Kevin De Bruyne and Mohamed Salah go at similar times when they were relatively unproven.

All three went on to become world class performers elsewhere, and they won’t want to see the same happening with a highly-regarded player like Broja.

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  1. As a Everton fan I would prefer the club to not attempt to sign Broga as think fee is high as since his loan spell with saints he has struggled and I know he is recovering from ACL injury but I think for the fee there would be better options available. As a fan I would support him if we sign him and I would love him to prove me wrong like any player who pulls the royal blue jersey on. It could be a great deal as he may just need game time and build his confidence up after such a long & serious injury. A fresh start could be good for him if we can negotiate a deal with a smaller outlay and various add ons. We have been in this situation before and hasn’t worked out for us as a club

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