Yesterday’s reports were heavily focused on a variety of outgoings from Stamford Bridge.
Player’s such as Trevoh Chalobah & Armando Broja were particularly focused on.
Perhaps one surprise was Chelsea’s required fee for Broja.
The Albanian international has only scored one league goal for the blues this season and yet his valuation perhaps reflects a 15 goal a season striker.
Chelsea apparently have a reason for the valuation being so high and according to The Telegraph, the club value Broja between £50m-£70m.
The reason for such a high valuation is due to Brighton’s £100m pricetag of Evan Ferguson and how much Manchester United spent on Rasmus Hoijlund. The Telegraph believe that those fees were taken under consideration.
Is this a justifiable reason given the club have never seen him as a first choice striker?
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