Chelsea receive good news as West Ham sign a young star

Cobham has always been one of the main producers of promising prospects on the planet. Chelsea, being the team that was under the leadership of Roman Abramovich, did not have much time to sit and wait for the players to grow and develop. The only exception is the general ban on transfers under Frank Lampard. The Blues have developed a system called the Loan Army where they can send these guys into it Get the experience And eventually keep them in their ranks. Now, this is not the case as the Army of Loans has begun to shrink into a small militia.

FIFA has set severe restrictions on the number of loans each club can make, severely limiting how Chelsea do business in relation to their emerging stars. English clubs have discovered this over the past few seasons and flew the code. Marc Guehy and Tino Livramento are just two of the academy’s newest graduates who have made the jump and joined other teams in the Premier League. Fast forward to today, and Armando Broja and Levi Colwill look forward to following in their footsteps before the next campaign begins in early August. However, the recent signing of West Ham United has cast doubt on the former’s ability to move.

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West Ham’s latest signing greatly benefits the Chelsea striker’s situation

David Moyes’ side added one of Europe’s most wanted young strikers on Monday afternoon when Irons Signed by Gianluca Scamaca from Sassuolo. West Ham’s top priority this summer has been to add a versatile and dangerous striker capable of facing Micael Antonio or as a lone striker. As the months go by, it seems that it has come down to Scamaca or Chelsea’s Brugga. Skamaka was courting PSG, so the latter always seemed more likely. One thing that became clear early on is that the club was practically unable to sign both.

For one reason or another, Sassuolo’s discussions with the Parisian giant fell through, opening the door for East Londoners to pounce on him. The Blues have always been unwilling to play the ball when it comes to Pooja – despite a £30m bid from Irons a number of weeks ago – which led to Skamka’s signing. Now, as Moyes begins his preparations for the upcoming campaign, he’s got his shiny new game up front, and Chelsea left with Bruga.

The Albanian national team star was weighing his options during pre-season with several suitors. EvertonNewcastle, Southampton and a few other English clubs inquired about this summer’s Cobham graduate. He did not participate in the US Blues tour due to injury. Regardless, Thomas Tuchel insists that after his season with the Saints last year, he needs more evaluation within the first team.

Broja seems unhappy with his current situation, but as the summer continues his importance in SW6 continues to grow. Kai Havertz is the only recognized “striker” who has a chance of making Chelsea’s first-team squad for 2022/23. The Blues’ focus has been elsewhere in the transfer market so far, which means keeping either of them Michy Batshuayi Or Broja seems to be the most realistic option at this time.

Brogga hadn’t quite set the world on fire during his time at Southampton, but that came as no surprise. for him Nine goals and one assist in 38 matches Not exactly an eye-catching comeback. However, he could still do a job with the Blues next season. After all, Tammy Abraham was the team’s top scorer during his time under Frank Lampard, and he had an appalling stint with Swansea years ago. This just goes to show that it’s not always about numbers. Attackers can’t score if the chance for the creators around them isn’t good enough, a concept that Chelsea fans know all too well. They can do a job with generally better players around them, which is what Tuchel in the case of the 20-year-old depends on if he keeps up.

If a choice is made between Batshuayi and Broja, it is safe to assume the option preferred by many supporters. He is still very young and very talented. He has been hit by rumors from some of Europe’s biggest clubs over the past 12 months, which should serve as a reminder to the Blues of the talent they possess. Now this West Ham Out of the picture, Chelsea have a higher chance of keeping Broja due to the fact that none of the other interested parties have made a concrete offer.

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