Chelsea have no interest in selling Armando Broja in January, despite interest in the Albanian from other clubs, according to The Standard.
This season, Broja hasn’t played as regularly as he would like to, but the 22-year-old knows his injury problems have had a part to play in that, and is willing to work harder and convince Mauricio Pochettino that he has so much more to offer.
Fulham are one of the clubs that have expressed an interest in the striker, but Chelsea are unwilling to let him go, as Pochettino sees him as a part of his plans.
The manager is particularly impressed with Broja because of what he did during the 4-4 draw with Manchester City two weeks ago. Despite coming as a substitute in the late stages of the game, he managed to win a late penalty that helped Chelsea salvage a point against Pep Guardiola’s men at Stamford Bridge.
AC Milan and West Ham United also showed an interest in Broja last summer, but he insisted on remaining at Chelsea.