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Everton ‘monitoring’ Armando Broja for January transfer swoop

Everton ‘monitoring’ Armando Broja for January transfer swoop -Everton News

Everton are reportedly keeping an eye Chelsea striker Armando Broja with a potential January transfer swoop in mind. 

The Lowdown: Everton’s transfer record

The Merseyside club have a recent track record when it comes to signing players from some of their fellow English clubs.

First-teamers such as Conor Coady, James Tarkowski, Dwight McNeil and Neal Maupay are just some of the names the Toffees have brought in from other clubs across the country in recent times.

With the January transfer window on the way, it appears that the Goodison Park outfit already have their eye on another Premier League player.

The Latest: Eyes on Broja

In a recent Twitter post, journalist Ben Jacobs had this to say on the matter.

He said: “Broja getting minutes under Potter. Everton and Newcastle still monitoring in case a loan (with no option) does become available. But it’s not something Potter or Chelsea are planning for right now even if other attackers come in.”

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The Verdict: A useful addition for Everton

Even though the striker has appeared in ten league games for Chelsea this season, he has only started one of them, which suggests to us that even though Jacobs said in his tweet that the club aren’t looking to let the player leave in January, a move away could be an ideal step for Broja himself.

In the 195 minutes that the 21-year-old has played in the league this season, he’s managed to have five shots at goal, with four of them being on target.

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With that in mind and the fact that only five clubs have racked up a lower rate of shots on target per 90 minutes in the league this season than the Toffees (3.54), adding a player like the £40k-per-week centre-forward could be just what Frank Lampard’s side need to be more threatening in front of goal.

Moving forward, even if it would just be a loan deal, if the opportunity to sign Broja arises in January, this is definitely something that Everton should explore.

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