Chelsea football club under the management of Thomas Tuchel has succeeded in making their first signing since the opening of the transfer markets this summer.
The club has reported the signing of one lethal striker Armando Broja who has been enjoying his season on loan at Vitesse.
He is now expected to experience a new league challenge at the English Premier League with Chelsea FC up to 2026 when his contract shall get to expire as per the agreement penned down paper between him and the club.
With Broja's signing, the club can now go without their other target Erling Haaland whose stay at Borussia Dortmund is given a top priority with the club not ready to sell him to either Chelsea or Real Madrid yet.
And just line Haaland, Armando Broja has always appeared as a top threat to opponents' defenders and has also been very good at scoring goals easily. A deal that is more likely to bear some fruits to Chelsea come next season.
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