West Ham United has agreed with Chelsea striker Armando Broja, MySportDab reports.
Armando Broja is set to leave Chelsea this summer despite Thomas Tuchel’s early claims of wanting to go the player.
The striker recently returned from a season-long loan from Southampton, which he was impressive throughout the move’s duration.
Chelsea, on their hand, has done everything possible to make sure the striker is part of their plans for the new season.
The way things are right now, the player isn’t looking to stay as there is no guarantee of him playing regular football if he decides to stay.
Armando Broja is highly on demand in the transfer market, but West Ham United is the only side that has made that giant step of ensuring the move happens.
According to reports from Fabrizio Romano, he confirmed an agreement between West Ham United and the player is already agreed upon.
Here Is What Was Said:
“West Ham are now close to signing Armando Broja.
“Talks are progressing with Chelsea, and West Ham insists on a permanent deal after the official offer is submitted, but it’s up to Chelsea.
“Broja has agreed on personal terms with West Ham – all parties are getting closer.
Chelsea and West Ham United are in the advance talk about reaching an agreement to make the move official.
Armando Broja has reportedly left the Blues camp in the United States of America as he is looking forward to making a move happen.
The striker is keen on moving elsewhere as he wants to play regular football before the new season after testing the regular season with Southampton.
Chelsea is holding off to make sure they get a good deal as €30 million is on the table, with the Blues still looking to insert a clause on any future move for Armando Broja.