Armando Broja reveals offers to leave Chelsea

  • Broja has confirmed that he could leave Stamford Bridge this summer
  • Albianian forward has received offers from numerous European sides
  • Chelsea set to sign a new striker in the summer transfer window
Broja may depart the club this summer
Broja may depart the club this summer / Mike Hewitt/GettyImages

Armando Broja may be on his way out of Stamford Bridge this summer and has confirmed that he has received offers from interested clubs.

The forward, who spent most of last season on loan at Fulham after recovering from a knee injury, made just 21 appearances in the Premier League during the 2023/24 campaign - failing to make an impact at either London club.

He's expected to make a move away from Chelsea this summer in a bid to play more regular football and has admitted that he is not short of admirers.

In an appearance on TV Klan, Broja was asked whether he has interest from Serie A, the Bundesliga or the Premier League.

"I have several clubs from all three," Broja revealed, before admitting he is yet to decide in which league he would prefer to play.

Broja did, however, stress that remaining at Chelsea is not impossible.

"I have a contract there, 4-5 years. If I decide to stay there, I can," Broja insisted.

Marc Guiu
Marc Guiu has already joined Chelsea from Barcelona / Alex Caparros/GettyImages

Chelsea have previously admitted that they will listen to offers for the academy graduate, with a new striker at the top of the club's wishlist this summer. They have already signed teenager Marc Guiu from Barcelona but remain in the market for a more senior signing.

Previously West Ham, Wolverhampton Wanderers, Aston Villa and loan club Fulham have expressed interest in Broja, but it is not yet clear which mystery Premier League club he could be referring to.

Over in Italy, Milan have been linked with a move for Broja, having already been credited with interest in fellow Chelsea striker Romelu Lukaku.

In an interview with Sportitalia (via Calciomercato), Armand Duka, president of the Albanian Football Federation, revealed the joy he would feel to see Broja engage in a move to Milan.

"He is certainly one of the greatest talents in the entire history of Albanian football," Duka said. "I am a Milan fan and if he were to arrive at Milanello I would be doubly happy.

"It would undoubtedly be the best and strongest move that Milan could make in the summer market."