Armando Broja is apparently in high demand on the transfer market. According to the Italian portal Calciomercato Chelsea FC has therefore now set a price tag of 35 million euros for the 21-year-old.
According to Italian media reports, AC Milan are said to be interested in Broja and have already started talks with those responsible for the Blues. However, whether the Rossoneri are willing to put their hands on that much money for the Albania international is unclear.
Broja only extended his contract with the Londoners until 2028 at the beginning of September. His market value is currently 25 million euros.
In addition to Divock Origi (27), Milan have two center forwards in the autumn of their careers in 41-year-old Zlatan Ibrahimović and 36-year-old Olivier Giroud. The search for possible successors is therefore ongoing.
Broja was loaned to Southampton FC last season. There he recorded nine goals and one assist in 38 games.