Chelsea striker Armando Broja leaves on loan for Fulham.
On the 2nd (Korea Standard Time), Fulham announced on its official website that “Broya has confirmed the lease to Fulham until the end of the season.”
Broja is a Chelsea youth. He has been growing up at Chelsea since 2009, and made his debut in the main league in 2020. However, he has never really demonstrated his true value in the professional stage yet. He left Southampton on loan for the 2021-2022 season and performed well in the first half of the season, but that was all he did.
He has yet to establish himself as a starting member for Chelsea. He challenged Chelsea last season, but started only three times in all the games. On top of that, Broja failed to play in the second half of the season due to a serious ruptured anterior cruciate ligament in a friendly match she played during the World Cup break.
His performance has not improved much this season, either. Broja has consistently shown poor performance, as evidenced by his poor performance and performance. His only goal this season was a goal against Fulham in the English Premier League.
Coincidentally, Broja is leaving for Fulham on loan through the winter transfer market. After transferring Aleksandar Mitrovic to Al-Hilal in Saudi Arabia last summer, Fulham failed to completely bridge the gap, showing poor scoring capacity with 28 goals in the league. The figure is the same as that of Manchester United and Luton Town, both of which are suffering from lack of striker competence. 월카지노주소
By recruiting Broja, Fulham plan to quench their thirst for a striker. “We are very excited to have Broja on loan until the end of the season as Fulham. We are happy to have a young and talented striker join our team and play for Marco Silva and the coaching staff,” Fulham Football Director Tony Khan said.
Broya said, “I feel really good. I can’t wait to meet the players and the manager and play for the fans. Fans are always playing a big role and I can’t wait to go to Craven Cottage and meet the fans. I will work hard for the team and build a bond. It’s a great honor to be here.”