Chelsea Make DECISION On Wolves OFFER For Broja

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Chelsea has decided on Armando Broja’s offer received from Wolves, MySportDab reports.

The Blues have been open to allowing a move to happen this January which has seen several teams showing interest.

Armando Broja offer from Wolves have been confirmed with a decision already concluded on by Chelsea.

While the London club are looking at a short term fix for their striker position, they are looking to sell some this January.

The Blues are linked with a couple of names for a possible move which will be until end of the season.

Karim Benzema is among those name brought up for a possible loan move until the season comes to an end.

Callum Wilson from Newcastle United have also been mentioned for a permanent move which is valued around €18 million.

The Blues are yet to secure any move this January as they are now looking to have Nicolas Jackson return early from the AFCON tournament.

According to reports reaching us from Fabrizio Romano, he confirmed Chelsea decision concerning Armando Broja offer which came in from Wolves.

Here Is What Was Said:

“Understand Chelsea have rejected a formal approach from Wolves for Armando Broja.

“Wolves have asked for Broja on loan but Chelsea have no intention to proceed at current conditions.

The London club is said to be also open to a permanent exit from the striker who wants to play regularly.

The club has put a price tag of €50 million on Armando Broja who almost joined West Ham United during the summer window.

Wolves won’t be getting the deal done after seeing their offer for a loan move rejected immediately.

Chelsea is holding out for something solid before allowing any move to happen for Armando Broja this January window.

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