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Big report from Stamford Bridge as Chelsea found the next Didier Drogba

The majority of football clubs are attempting to hire or loan players who can make a significant difference to their club as the competitions for the leagues are on tough race.

Thomas Tuchel was looking for the ideal striker for his squad and recruited Romelu Lukaku from Serie A giants Inter Milan, but the signing has not yielded the desired results.

Over the years, the Blues have produced some of Europe's top center-forwards, who have gone on to win trophies for the club via scoring goals. Didier Drogba, Kerry Dixon, and Bobby Tambling are three famous strikers who have excelled with the Blues.

Following Didier Drogba's departure from Stamford Bridge in 2015, the West London powerhouse has struggled to find a reliable No. 9. The Blues, on the other hand, have discovered a young center-forward who has already shown he can fill Drogba's shoes.

Armando Broja is the guy in question, who is now on loan at Southampton and having a fantastic season. Armando Broja is an Albanian professional footballer who currently plays as a forward for Southampton on loan from Chelsea.

He was born on September 10, 2001, and has been alive for the past 20 years.

In his 17 Premier League appearances for the Saints this season, the Albanian attacker has scored five goals and contributed one assist.

According to, Broja, who was born in Slough and joined Chelsea at the age of nine, signed a new agreement with the Blues last summer and is guaranteed to stay in the capital until 2026.

Armando Borja, 20, is a clinical finisher with superb dribbling skills, excellent technical ability, blistering pace, and good passing accuracy. With forwards Romelu Lukaku and Timo Werner failing to impress this season, Armando Broja, who has proven he can produce on large occasions, might be Chelsea's long-term center-forward solution.

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