West Ham United are currently plotting to sign Chelsea striker Armando Broja ahead of the summer window, MySportDab reports.
The Chelsea academy graduate has been doing extremely well on his loan stint with Southampton which has seen so many interests pouring in.
The Hammers are now looking to hijack the move from the Saints who are also preparing an offer for Chelsea ahead of the summer window.
Armando Broja has shown so much quality which could also see him return to Stamford Bridge and fight for a regular starting shirt ahead of next season.
The striker isn’t the only player doing well on loan as Connor Gallagher has been perfect since joining Crystal Palace on loan where he has scoring despite being a midfielder.
West Ham are, according to reports coming from Football Insider, looking to beat Southampton to the signing of Chelsea striker Armando Broja.
The highly-rated 20-year-old is currently taking in a loan spell with the Saints and he is doing perfectly good with possible stay.
But they may be pipped to a permanent deal by Premier League rivals as transfer talks are lined up in east London.
West Ham United looked financially good to make the move happen if they decide to allow Declan Rice leave with transfer fee likely to be at around €100M plus.
The Hammers are currently monitoring things as it goes with Chelsea who might also have other plans for the striker coming the new season.
The Blues were interested in keeping him with them this season, but after signing Romelu Lukaku they decided to send him on loan and sell Tammy Abraham who was their leading goalscorer despite playing few games.
Olivier Giroud was also sold leaving them with Timo Werner and the Belgian who can play the number nine position including Kai Havertz.