BBC: European clubs are looking for Broja

Armando Broya

Armando Broya

Chelsea striker, Armando Broja, has received the attention of several teams in Europe, including the French one, Monaco. 

Albania's striker, 22-year-old Broja, can change environment in the summer transfer window and he himself is ready for the next step in his career, "BBC" wrote on Thursday.

Broja's loan to Fulham has not been successful. This team has paid nearly 5 million euros in damages, for not including the former striker of Vitesse and Southampton, in 10 or more games. 

Fulham were not interested in buying Broja outright at the end of the season. 

But, Broja could also end up at Milan, Wolverhampton or Monaco, who are competing to secure his services. 

Monaco are looking at Broja as a replacement for Wissam Ben Yedder. 

The "Blues" in January demanded around 60 million euros for Broja, but this amount of money can be reduced by half in this summer transfer window. 

In the edition we left behind, Broja had two goals scored and one assist in 27 appearances in all competitions.