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Chelsea is open to considering offers for Armando Broja for the remainder of the transfer window, with plans to secure a high-profile striker during the upcoming summer, according to information obtained by 90min.

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Despite Broja’s resilience in overcoming a significant injury to make 19 appearances this season, contributing two goals and two assists, the club’s leadership, as confirmed by sources, is willing to entertain offers for the 22-year-old either in the current window or in the summer.

Although head coach Mauricio Pochettino has openly expressed his admiration for the young talent, likening him to former Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane, Chelsea sees Broja as expendable, especially with Nicolas Jackson ahead of him in the pecking order. The club is gearing up for a notable signing to reinforce their attack, with Napoli’s Victor Osimhen being a serious target, given his contract’s release clause exceeding £100m.

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In light of their strategic plans, Chelsea views Broja as a viable asset for sale, prompting the decision to field offers. The club has set a £50m price tag for Broja, drawing inspiration from Manchester United’s £72m signing of Rasmus Hojlund to determine the valuation. However, sources suggest that Chelsea may entertain offers above £35m, with a potential acceptance of bids similar to the £33m offered by West Ham United in 2022.

Fulham and Wolverhampton Wanderers have shown strong interest in Broja, with Wolves proposing a loan with an option to make the move permanent. Chelsea, however, is inclined towards an outright sale or an obligation to make any loan permanent during the summer. Aston Villa has expressed preliminary interest, including a swap deal involving 20-year-old Jhon Duran, but no substantial progress has been made on that front.

As Chelsea anticipates the return of Nicolas Jackson from the Africa Cup of Nations, Broja’s playing time is expected to decrease, and Pochettino is prepared to explore alternatives such as Christopher Nkunku and Cole Palmer as makeshift strikers.

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