Significant Armando Broja update amid Newcastle United, Everton and West Ham interest

Chelsea striker Armando Broja has attracted interest from Newcastle United, Everton and West Ham United.

Armando Broja is reportedly set to be left out of Chelsea’s pre-season tour of the United States.

Thomas Tuchel’s side are due to fly to the US for a two-week training camp on Saturday, where they will face Club America, Charlotte FC and Premier League rivals Arsenal.

Broja was expected to be included in the squad with the Blues boss keen to assess the 20-year-old after his successful loan spell at Southampton, where he scored nine goals last term.

However, according to Albanian publication Ora News, Broja has been told by Tuchel that it is his intention to leave the striker behind in West London.

Broja is said to have responded by giving Chelsea and Tuchel an ultimatum, which is either to take him to the US or allow him to leave Stamford Bridge before the top-flight campaign begins in August.

The Blues, it’s claimed, have been given until the end of the week to provide a final answer.

Newcastle United have shown interest in Broja after a move for Reims star Hugo Ekitike stalled.

Meanwhile, Everton and West Ham United have also enquired about the player.