Chelsea believes in youth product and captures ex-Vitesse striker Broja until 2028

Chelsea FC has broken open Armando Brojas contract and extended it until 2028. The Albanian striker has already taken action for Thomas Tuchels team three times this season and The Blues are confident in the player.
Chelsea reports this via the official channels. Broja went through the youth school at Chelsea and was loaned to Vitesse in the 2020-2021 season. The striker returned to London and played for Southampton FC this past season. Due to his growth and young age, Chelsea sees the striker as a long-term player. Broja was able to count on multiple offers during the transfer period, including from West Ham United, but the striker remains in London.
Broja himself finds it hard to believe that the club has so much faith in him. โ€œI am lost for words,โ€ says the striker on the club site. โ€œThis is the club Ive always dreamed of playing for. Ive been here since I was a boy so its an amazing feeling for me and my family.โ€
Chelsea owner Todd Boehly is happy to capture Broja for longer. โ€œWe are very happy that Armando chose Chelsea. He is a young and good striker and is a big part of our future plans.โ€

A new deal for Armando Broja! โœ๏ธ๐Ÿ”ต
โ€” Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) September 2, 2022