Chelsea striker Armando Broja has been linked with Newcastle United, Everton and West Ham this summer.
Everton have declared their interest in completing a £30m deal for Newcastle United and West Ham target Armando Broja.
The Albania international is in talks with Chelsea over his future after a successful season-long loan spell at Southampton last season.
Broja is expected to join Thomas Tuchel’s squad in the United States this week ahead of friendlies with Club America, Charlotte FC and Arsenal.
However, that does not guarantee he will stay at Stamford Bridge, with the Evening Standard reporting that it is likely the 20-year-old will be sold.
It is claimed that Everton have ‘declared their interest in a £30million deal’, while Newcastle have a ‘serious interest’ after a deal for Hugo Ekitike was blocked.
If Broja is to leave the Blues, the striker would favor a permanent transfer, rather than a third successive loan spell after spells at Vitesse and Southampton.
It’s unclear whether Newcastle would prefer a loan deal with a potential buyout clause or sign the player permanently this summer.
The Magpies were prepared to pay Reims between £25m and £30m for Ekitike before talks with Ekitike’s agent broke down.