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Newcastle United: Magpies ‘considering’ Armando Broja bid

Newcastle United: Magpies ‘considering’ Armando Broja bid -Newcastle United News

Newcastle United are reportedly ‘considering’ a bid for Chelsea striker Armando Broja.

The Lowdown: In demand

Broja is a striker in demand after an impressive loan spell at Southampton from Chelsea last season, where he scored nine goals and made one assist in all competitions (Transfermarkt).

The likes of West Ham United and Everton have strongly been linked with a move, while a return to the Saints has also not been ruled out.

The Latest: Bid considered

Speaking to EFC Daily, CBS Sports Golazo journalist Ben Jacobs has revealed that the St. James’ Park outfit are ‘considering’ making a bid for Broja, adding that his situation is ‘one to watch’ later on in the window:

“Newcastle are considering a bid and Everton could yet formally advance their interest, too. It’s one to watch later in the window as Broja’s Chelsea future becomes clearer.”

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The Verdict: Get it done

With so much interest from Broja from their Premier League rivals, this is a deal that the North East club simply need to get done as soon as possible.

Should Newcastle sign Broja?





Hailed as ‘devastating‘ by Albania assistant coach Sergio Porrini, and a player with ‘incredible pace and strength’ by Sky Sports pundit Jamie Redknapp, it is hard to believe that the six-foot-three colossus is still only 20 years of age, and he already has four goals in 14 caps for his country too (Transfermarkt).

Nonetheless, having already added defensive reinforcements in Nick Pope, Sven Botman and Matt Targett, the Magpies should now be focusing on strengthening their attack, and Broja would certainly fit the bill.

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