Newcastle United target reveals transfer preference ahead of planned talks in ‘next 24 hours’

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Newcastle United are among the Premier League clubs to register their interest in Chelsea striker Armando Broja.

Armando Broja has no interest in sealing another loan move for the new season as talks over his Chelsea future continue.

Newcastle United, along with West Ham, Everton and Southampton, are among the Premier League clubs to register an interest in the striker.

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Thomas Tuchel’s side, however, have not yet to decided what’s next for the 20-year-old ahead of their to trip the US on Saturday.

Broja was hoping to impress Tuchel on the Blues’ pre-season tour across the Atlantic, where they face Club America, Charlotte FC and Arsenal, however, Broja is yet to learn whether or not he will be on the flight.

Chelsea striker Armando Broja. (Photo by Mike Hewitt/Getty Images)Chelsea striker Armando Broja. (Photo by Mike Hewitt/Getty Images)
Chelsea striker Armando Broja. (Photo by Mike Hewitt/Getty Images)

According to The Athletic, the Albanian international’s representatives hoped his future would be decided before the weekend after holding talks with co-owner Todd Boehly.

It’s claimed more talks are planned with Boehly in the next 24 hours, and there’s a possibility Chelsea could suggest loaning Broja out for a third successive season.

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However, Broja reportedly has no interest in sealing a temporary switch elsewhere after previously proving himself at Vitesse Arnhem and Southampton.

Broja has popped up on Newcastle’s radar after a move for Reims star Hugo Ekitike stalled recently.

Eddie Howe’s side were ready to pay around £25million to £30m for the France under-20s international before talks with Ekitike’s agent reached an impasse.

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