Chelsea have finally added a new striker into their ranks. This lessens the stance of chasing another club striker. Chelsea have always wanted another striker to help struggling Timo Werner. The departure of Olivier Giroud to Milan created a void for the Blues who are negligent to keep Tammy Abraham. Tuchel want a striker who has great physicality and can handle the ball with great speed. He wants some player who can do more than scoring goals.According to Chelsea reporter Nizaar Kinsella, the Blues have recalled their loanee Armando Broja. They awarded him a new long-term contract until 2026. The player is as tall as Erling Halaand. He can assist and score goals. He has good physicality that delighted Thomas Tuchel to recall him. He is the new Chelsea striker after he signed a new contract. He will hopefully remain with the squad.
Broja is excited to be part of Chelsea on a long-term basis. He idolises Didier Drogba who became a legend at Chelsea. He aims to surpass the legacy of the striker. He wants to emulate his finishing and help Chelsea win games. He can't wait to start the new season with Chelsea.
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