Chelsea set Armando Broja’s asking price to ensure he remains at Stamford Bridge
Chelsea have apparently set an asking price for Armando Broja and will listen to offers for him this month.
But basically, the asking price they have set for him, means he isn’t going anywhere this month and will stay at Stamford Bridge.
That is because no club is paying £50m-£60m for Broja in January, it’s just not happening.
I don’t even think Broja is a bad player, but nobody is paying that fee for a player who is just coming back from a very bad long-term injury and is still relatively unproven.
The Telegraph are reporting Chelsea currently believe Armando Broja is worth between £50m and £60m. Manchester United agreed to sign Rasmus Hoijlund for £72 million last summer and Chelsea are believed to have taken that fee into consideration when valuing Broja.
So just because clubs, including Chelsea, have completely inflated the market lately, it means we can put unrealistic price tags on players they apparently want to sell? Might need to get a bit of reality back in their minds.