West Ham United are prepared to make a move on Armando Broja whose future at Chelsea is currently in doubt. Thomas Tuchel is yet to talk to the player about his future at the club, but inside sources have revealed that the German tactician does not trust the 20 year old enough to give him Romelu Lukaku’s formative role in the starting eleven. In truth, Broja has a long way to go with regard to reaching Tuchel’s standards and that is why he needs more exposure in the Premier League.
Moyes is now pushing Tuchel to make a decision soon because West Ham do not have the patience to wait until the late stages of the transfer window to sign the player. If Chelsea take too long to decide the player’s future, Moyes has promised to withdraw his interest in the player.
Reliable sources have revealed that Chelsea had once again tried a last minute snatch attack on Richarlison. The Brazilian however completed his transfer to Tottenham and will be unveiled soon after signing all the paperwork. This is the second time that Chelsea have tried a last minute bid on a player and many are terming these last inch proposals desperate. Todd Boehly is proving to be a real novice in the transfer market and if he continues to hijack transfer deals for other clubs, he will definitely make a lot of enemies in the transfer market.
Thomas Tuchel had been keeping a keen eye on Richarlison and many believed that after the inevitable transfer of Romelu Lukaku back to Inter Milan, a move on Richarlison would immediately be made. Boehly seems to have started the transfer move late and as a consequence, was snubbed by the Brazilian.
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