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Reports: Chelsea willing to help clubs to get transfer done

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As the transfer deadline approaches, teams are beginning to show panic as they look to complete deals before the window closes on February 1st.

One player that has been linked with a move away from Stamford Bridge this month is academy graduate Armando Broja.

The Albanian international has only scored one league goal for the blues this season and yet his original valuation perhaps reflected a 15 goal a season striker. Just the other day The Telegraph valued Broja between £50m-£70m. The realistic price seems a whole lot different.

According to Alan Nixon in The Sun, who is known to be reliable says Chelsea are willing to help interested clubs who might have Profit & Sustainability problems to get any potential transfer done.

The report continues to say Chelsea will allow Broja to leave this month on loan as long as the loan comes with an obligation to buy for £35m.

Getting a deal like this done would also help Chelsea’s own financial situation but it may come across as desperation. Fulham, Wolves, West Ham and any other interested club may well be placed on high alert following this development.

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