Milan, which has been linked with a move to Broja in the past, are among a number of clubs interested in Broja, according to Italian journalist Carlo Pellegatti.He said red and black radio,
“Milan had been monitoring the situation until the tragic events between Russia and Ukraine prompted the British government to sanction Abramovich. Supposed to be a loan. In Albania, they were passionate about Italian football. For Broja, Milan hypothesis Very important.”
Pellegatti also said that Chelsea value Broja at 70 million euros, while Milan will only move the Albanian if they can’t sign Divock Origi. Liverpool. He said:
“I heard that the player is worth 70 million euros. I do not rule out that Milan could loan him. However, as of today, Milan are very cautious on this issue: the situation has become complicated. The Rossoneri management cannot wait for Chelsea’s Corporate development: Milan could return to Broja if a new boss and a new manager arrive. That is, if they don’t first agree with the current No. 1 candidate, Origi. With sustainable data, Milan can think about it.”
The striker has been reported to have been the subject of transfer interest from the likes of Arsenal. Broha joined Southampton on loan from Chelsea last summer and has scored nine goals in 31 appearances for the club in all competitions.
‘Bright future for the Premier League’ – Alan Shearer on Chelsea’s Broja
Premier League legend Alan Shearer was full of praise for Broha last month, touting the Chelsea teenager’s continuing great career.speak on Premier League YouTube channelHe said:
“Armando Broja has made an immediate impact since joining Southampton on loan from Chelsea. Let me tell you, this lad is clinical. His goal against Brentford made him a Premier League player Youngest player to score in each of the first four home games. As a striker, it’s all about taking chances and scoring goals, so stats like this tell me he can thrive in the Premier League.
“He scored different types of goals, finished clinical shots, he had the ability to create space for himself to get his shots. I was particularly impressed with his composure against Brighton. , he used his skill to pull defenders out of the picture before coming home calmly. He’s a young striker with an eye for goals and a bright future in the Premier League.”