The Albanian is set on a return to Stamford Bridge after Thomas Tuchel grew interest in him
Chelsea have already began plans on bettering the squad ahead of next and Tuchel already has a name to be joining the squad soon.
According to Skysport, the West Londoners have began talks for an improved contract which would see their loan striker back to Stamford Bridge.
Armando Broja has been on loan to Vitesse after extending his Chelsea contract across 2022 and is set to have this loan deal cut off.
The 19-year-old contributed immensely to Vitesse’s fourth place finish during his loan spell, netting 11 goals in 36 appearances.
Thomas Tuchel views the young striker as a feasible option to be included to his attacking box after Giroud is reported to be edging closer to AC Milan switch.
The Frenchman already achieved a lot to his name with the Blues and trying out another league isn’t a bad idea to him as he turned down offers from West Ham and other Premier League sides to head for reunion with former teammate, Fikayo Tomori who also could turn his loan spell at Milan into a permanent move.
Tammy Abraham is another good striker in the squad but closer sources have over and over reported Tuchel not liking the English man’s play patter and has been offered the option to leave Chelsea this summer.
With all these surrounding and Lukaku’s deal unsure while Harry Kane‘s move becomes blur with Conte’s appointment news by the corner, Tuchel views Broja as the best turn.
Broja already tested playing with the Chelsea senior team when he made his debut under Frank Lampard in a 4-0 win against Everton.
Although Broja’s return doesn’t dash out Tuchel pushing for one more striker with the Blues ready to go all out to satisfy the German’s demands after seeing him land the UCL trophy in few months of his short term contract.
Thomas Tuchel also has the option to use Kai Havertz as a number 9 after seeing his false 9 role play out so well even in the UCL final as he won them the trophy after rounding Ederson late in the first half to provide the only goal of the game.