TODD BOEHLY and Chelsea’s transfer chiefs are prepared to LOAN striker Armando Broja now — just as long as there is a £35million sale in the summer.
The Stamford Bridge club are willing to help interested parties who might have Financial Fair Play problems get the transfer done.
But a lot of Prem outfits are finding this window tricky because of the financial restrictions.
Therefore, a loan with an obligation to buy for £35m at the end of the season suits the Blues.
The Toon agreed a £28m fee with £7m coming in add-ons for the 19-year-old back in August.
Newcastleare currently battling financial regulations and are finding it difficult to add to the squad this January.
Eddie Howe was keen on signing Manchester City’s Kalvin Phillips on loan but a £7m fee has reportedly put them off.
As for Broja, he has featured 17 times in all competitions for Chelsea this season, scoring two goals.
He was previously loaned out to Southampton for the 2021/22 campaign.
Brojais on Wolves’ radar after the club loaned out strikers Fabio Silva and Sasa Kalajdzic.
Meanwhile, Fulham are keen with reports linking Rodrigo Muniz with a move away.