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Chelsea Forward Finally Leaves The Club, Joins Premier League Rivals On Loan

-2022 English Premier League season is fast approaching and clubs are in a rush to complete Deals before the start of the season.

Chelsea Forward Finally Leaves The Club, Joins Premier League Rivals On Loan

-2022 English Premier League season is fast approaching and clubs are in a rush to complete Deals before the start of the season.

Chelsea are currently very active in the transfer market and could announce the signing of Romelu Lukaku in the coming days. Reports also suggest that after the signing of Romelu Lukaku, Chelsea would focus on strengthening the centre-back position.

Chelsea have signed Marcus Bettinelli on a free transfer and the 29-year-old is set to be the Blues third-choice goalkeeper. However, Chelsea have also announced that several players have left the squad to join other top teams in Europe.


Earlier in the window, Fikayo Tomori signed for AC Milan on a permanent deal, Marc Guehi joined Crystal Palace currently led by Arsenal Legend Patrick Vieira, Victor Moses joined Spartak Moscow permanently and Oliver Giroud AC Milan. Several players also secured loan deals.

 

Today, it was confirmed that Southampton have signed highly-rated Chelsea striker Armando Broja on a season-long loan.

The 19-year-old forward arrives from Stamford Bridge to join Ralph Hasenhüttl’s squad ahead of the 2021/22 campaign. Chelsea last week completed an official deal with Southampton, which saw former Chelsea player Tino Livramento join Ralph Hasenhüttl’s squad.

Broja is a young talented forward and scored 11 goals in 34 appearances last season on loan at Vitesse. He helped the Dutch side to a fourth-place finish in the Eredivisie as well as the final of the KNVB Cup.

Broja who recently signed a new five-year contract at Chelsea also impressed Manager Thomas Tuchel during pre-season, scoring on a number of occasions

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