Broja, who is wanted by both Newcastle and Everton, is reportedly a Chelsea no-go after the club refused to sell the player in 2023

Armando Broja has been linked to both Newcastle and Everton, but Calciomercato claims that Chelsea has no intention of selling the player.

The prodigious striker, who the lightning-quick Raheem Sterling thinks is faster than him (according to UMM), has piqued the interest of the Magpies in the possibility of making a loan signing with him.
according to Ben Jacobs, a journalist for CBS

Jacobs had also disclosed that Everton had an interest in bringing in the 21-year-old player on a temporary basis as part of a contract that did not include an option to buy.

Calciomercato has reported in the past that the Blues have placed a price tag of 27 million pounds sterling on Broja.

Despite the fact that the youngster signed a contract extension at Stamford Bridge for an additional six years (
according to what Chelsea has stated about it on Twitter.
r), the speculation regarding the possibility of him leaving the club has not subsided at all.

The men working for Graham Potter want the Cobham sensation to continue.

Armando Broja has been linked to both Newcastle and Everton, but Calciomercato claims that Chelsea has no plans to sell the player during the summer transfer window.

Although Graham Potter does not consider the rising star to be an “irreplaceable” asset, his team’s stated goal is to prevent him from leaving the club even though they acknowledge that they do not view him as such.

It is interesting to note that AC Milan, who have been previously linked with Broja by Calciomercato, have even made contact with the player’s representatives about a deal and have been doing so for a number of weeks.

On the other hand, neither club has “come close” to reaching a compromise with the other.

Frederick Massara, the chief executive officer of Milan, has been informed about the West Londoners’ position regarding their sparkling youth product, who will decide to move on because a loan deal is not something that interests them.

Everton, in contrast to Newcastle, has a pressing requirement to acquire Broja.

The fact that Chelsea will not sell Broja to Newcastle is ultimately not going to be a problem for the Magpies because they already have Alexander Isak and Callum Wilson, two reliable goal scorers, on their roster.

When it comes to Everton, they could use the ruthlessness that the Albanian international possesses in front of the net.

After all, Anthony Gordon is the top scorer for the Toffees in the Premier League despite only having three goals to his name.

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