“I need to go” – Chelsea player opens door for Stamford Bridge exit this summer

One current Chelsea player has opened up the door for a Stamford Bridge exit this summer and makes some intriguing comments on a potential future move.

Chelsea are likely to sell at least a handful of players this summer transfer window, with the homegrown players the most likely to be under threat of being sold – being pure profit sales.

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Conor Gallagher is already the subject of a pending offer from Tottenham and interest from Aston Villa in a report today, and another homegrown player has admitted that he might have to leave the club this summer as well.

Armando Broja has just had a disastrous loan move to Fulham in the second half of this season and it really has wasted four months of his development and career. He barely played at all for them.

He will at least have the Euros as a sort of shop window to show what he can do this summer ahead of a potential move away from Chelsea, and that sounds like it is exactly what he might try to do.

Broja opens the door to Chelsea exit

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I think him leaving is inevitable and in fact, these words below are probably even quite diplomatic. I think he probably already knows he is off this summer and Chelsea want to sell him.

Broja told The Athletic today:

“Nothing has been decided yet, but if I need to go somewhere else to get back in my groove, then of course I would want to do that. As a player, there is no better feeling than being on the pitch and knowing you have a club and a team who defends you; a club who allow you to make mistakes because they know you will become something.”

Interesting, seems like a slight dig at Chelsea there.


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1 Comment

  1. Simon, “if” is a big word needed in the headline here. “If”, he did not say “I need to go” he said “if I need to go”. Quite a large difference, I’m sure it gets you more views to mislead us, but come on, you can do better and as an audience we’ll appreciate you more. I do agree, definitely a dig, in my opinion, slightly harsh, though again may have been misquoted. I thought Armando got a decent run of games when he came back, albeit in a rough team and after coming back from a long term injury, so it was a lot to ask him to come back and be our main number 9, never looked up to speed to me. Hopefully he can get back to his best and keep developing, a good pre-season could be the answer. All the best, always enjoy reading your work.

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