Chelsea star doesn’t rule out remaining at the club despite Blues wanting to sell him

Armando Broja admitted he’s received offers this summer, but hasn’t ruled out the possibility of remaining at Chelsea.

Broja is under contract at Stamford Bridge until 2028, but is widely expected to be one of a number of players the club look to move on this summer.

The Albania international had a disappointing Euro 2024 campaign with his country eliminated at the group stage, but can now fully focus on his future.

Broja speaks on his future

Broja returned to action for Chelsea last September following a long lay-off with an ACL injury, and scored on his first start against Fulham in October.

However, opportunities were scarce in the first half of the season, and when given them Broja failed to impress, with Chelsea open to selling him in January.

There were no takers at the club’s ambitious £50m asking price and Broja joined Fulham on loan in an attempt to get regular minutes and boost his transfer value.

Armando Broja celebrates scoring for Chelsea.
Broja hasn’t ruled out staying at Chelsea this summer.

The loan was a disaster and Broja saw just 80 minutes of action at Craven Cottage before returning to Chelsea at the end of the season.

Italian giants AC Milan have expressed an interest as have Premier League sides Wolves and Everton, but as of yet nothing has materialised.

The 22-year-old has been speaking on his future and revealed he has had offers, but didn’t rule out remaining at Chelsea.

“I would tell him (Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Milan senior advisor) first of all that I am a big fan of his, I have always liked him as a player,” he told Albania’s RTV Klan.

“Milan is a great club, second only to Real Madrid in history. I would tell him that I have to speak to the agent and the family, then I will tell him know.

“It’s true, I have offers from these three championships (Serie A, Bundesliga, Premier League). Staying at Chelsea? Is it an option, I still have a contract with them that expires in many years.”

Chelsea are looking for a striker to compete with Nicolas Jackson and have signed Barcelona teenager Marc Guiu, but are reportedly still looking to bring in another forward.

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