Chelsea striker could be allowed to leave the club in the upcoming transfer window if he continues to experience limited game time.
According to caught offside, Armando Broja could leave the club in the next summer transfer window, with AC Milan interested in the striker.The Albanian international returned from a loan spell at Southampton in the most recent transfer window, but he has yet to start a single game for Chelsea.
Despite being highly regarded by the club, he has mostly served as a substitute. Broja's game time has decreased since the arrival of Aubameyang competition. Now that Havertz has regained his form, the 21-year-old striker may find it difficult to break into the first team. Broja signed a new contract with the club until 2028 during the summer transfer window, but despite agreeing to a longer deal, the club may consider selling him if he fails to break into the first team.
AC Milan are interested in signing the attacker to provide a long-term replacement for the aging Ibrahimovic and Olivier Giroud. The Broja have gained valuable experience and could be an ideal fit for the Serie A giants.
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