The addition of in-demand star “not Sterling” to Thomas Tuchel’s team in Los Angeles gives Chelsea a significant preseason boost.
The footing graduate, who has attracted interest from Everton and West Ham United this summer, wasn’t part of the group that took the flight to Los Angeles on Saturday.
With popular attacker Armando Broja joining the first-team squad for their preseason training camp in Los Angeles, Chelsea has gained momentum.
Although it isn’t generally accepted to have been related to the growing interest in the 20-year-administrations old’s in the ongoing transfer window, Broja wasn’t significant for the 29-man group that flew out to the United States on Saturday afternoon.
Although it appears that West Ham United is leading the chase for the institute graduate, numerous clubs from across Europe are keeping an eye on his future at Stamford Bridge.
The Albanian international spent the second half of the season on loan at Premier League club Southampton, where he took part in a strong run of form between November and February, scoring four goals in nine top-flight contests. In every game for the Saints, Broja tracked down the net several times before completing the mission.
Because of this, numerous clubs have taken an interest in Broja this summer. The forward is unlikely to leave Chelsea again on a credit deal because teams like Everton and Napoli are willing to give the ardent Blues supporter a prominent position in their team and a permanent residence.
Broja isn’t the only person to make an appearance; Raheem Sterling also arrived in Los Angeles before his £50 million transfer from Manchester City was officially approved.
Despite not having won the Premier League title, the England international will be Todd Boehly’s main point of contact for the men’s team and will give Thomas Tuchel’s squad a reliable goal threat.