Chelsea Open to Selling Striker Armando Broja for £50m, Drawing Interest from Fulham and Wolves in Albanian Talent

Fulham and Wolves are actively exploring potential deals, considering the 22-year-old striker among various forwards on their radar.

Fulham’s preference is to generate funds and free up squad space before making any new additions. Earlier this month, Sky Sports News reported interest from Mexico and Spain in Fulham’s Carlos Vinicius, while Brazilian club Atletico Mineiro remains keen on Rodrigo Muniz.

In a recent development, Wolves loaned striker Sasa Kalajdzic to Eintracht Frankfurt, leaving them in search of a suitable replacement.

Despite the interest, there are uncertainties regarding whether the interested clubs can present an acceptable offer to Chelsea during this transfer window. The west London club reportedly seeks £50m for the striker.

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