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Torino looking to loan Chelsea striker Armando Broja

Torino have reportedly set their sights on securing the services of Chelsea’s prolific striker, Armando Broja. The Italian club is considering Broja as a potential successor to Nemanja Radonjić at Toro, with the 22-year-old emerging as a prime candidate for the role.

Broja, currently facing challenges in clinching regular playing time at Chelsea, has become the subject of keen interest from Torino.

The forward’s market value, as per, stands at an impressive 28 million euros, reflecting the potential he brings to the pitch.

Armando Broja
Armando Broja

In the ongoing season, Broja has showcased his skills with a goal and an assist in seven competitive matches.

Beyond his contributions at Chelsea, the young talent has also represented Albania admirably, featuring in 17 games and netting four goals for his national side.

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Despite Broja’s evident talents and promising track record, uncertainty looms over Chelsea’s willingness to part ways with the Albanian international. The London-based club may weigh the benefits of retaining a player with such potential against the prospect of allowing him to further his career elsewhere.

As Torino eyes a strategic move to bolster their attacking lineup, Broja emerges as a viable option to fill the shoes of Radonjić. The young striker’s versatility and goal-scoring prowess make him an attractive prospect for clubs seeking offensive firepower.


The unfolding narrative around Armando Broja’s potential move to Torino adds an intriguing layer to the transfer market dynamics. As clubs navigate the complexities of player acquisitions and departures, the fate of Broja’s stint at Chelsea hangs in the balance, creating an air of anticipation among football fans.

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Bologna-born Giuseppe Bianchi has spent more than a decade living in Rome and writing about Italian football, Spanish football and the Premier League for various Italian football portals and now he writes about European football for Euro Football Rumours. He's been thinking about football transfers pretty much nonstop since the 1990 FIFA World Cup in Italy. Aside from writing, he likes to spend his time fishing and rock climbing.

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