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£30m prime target 100% open to London stadium move

West Ham United could be given a boost in their bid to entice Chelsea to sell Armando Broja as the striker is ‘100 per cent’ open to a London stadium switch, according to the Daily Express reporter ryan taylor.

The Hammers are gearing up for another season of continental football, following last season seventh The arrival was enough to qualify for the Europa Conference League, and boss David Moyes is keen to bolster his attacking options.

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What’s the latest on Broja?

Broja spent the last trimester for rent with Southampton, where he found the back of the net Nine times and registered another assist.

This shape clearly caught Moyes’ attention because, according to sky sportshe has been identified as West Ham’s top attacking target.

The report suggests that people in east London are eager to step up their pursuit of Broja and the 14 capsules The Albania international is expected to be offered at £30m.

West Ham insider ExWHUemployee revealed, following conversations with scouts and key figures at the club, Moyes is an admirer of Broja and is “100 per cent interested” in securing his services.

Although Southampton has got out of the race to sign 20-year-old Newcastle United could get involved in a bidding war with the Hammers.

What did Ryan Taylor say about Broja?

Taylor understands Broja wouldn’t hesitate to put pen to paper if West Ham could reach an agreement with Chelsea over his transfer.

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Although the reporter is aware the former Southampton loanee is keen to become a hit in west London, his ambitions for regular first-team football could make a move possible.

When asked if the frontman would be interested in swapping Stamford Bridge for the London Stadium, Taylor told GIVEMESPORT: “Yes, 100%. I spoke to a source close to Broja within the week, who said they would consider any offers that come in.

“He’s ready to stay at Chelsea and wants to succeed at Chelsea, but he obviously got a taste of regular football last season with Southampton and you get the feeling he wouldn’t want to sit on the bench. Ideally , he wants to play regularly.

Could Chelsea make it difficult to reach a deal?

Romelu Lukaku is on his way at Inter Milan on loan for the 2022/23 campaign, which could complicate matters.

As things stand, that will leave Timo Werner, Michy Batshuayi and Broja as head coach Thomas Tuchel. only comprehensive options at the higher end of the field.

Therefore, Chelsea could play hardball as West Ham look to attempt the 6 ft 3 star across London.


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