Premier League outfits, West Ham United are reportedly plotting to make a move in the region of £30m for Chelsea forward Armando Broja.

After finalising the signing of centre-back Nayef Aguerd from Rennes for around £30m on Monday, David Moyes is now looking to strengthen his frontline with a new striker to provide competition for Michail Antonio .

According to Sky Sports News, the Hammers have identified Broja as their primary forward target this summer and an opening offer worth around £30m is set to be made.

The report claims that West Ham United are keen to act quickly in their pursuit of the 20-year-old amid uncertainty over the future of Chelsea director Marina Granovskaia.

Broja impressed during a season-long loan spell with the Saints in 2021-22, founding back of the net nine times in 38 games across all competitions.

Thomas Tuchel revealed to the media last month that Broja is part of his plans for pre-season, although the Albania international will allegedly seek assurances over regular first-team football before making a decision about his next move.


Broja, who has been rumoured with a switch Arsenal, Bayern Munich, Dortmund and Arsenal has made only one senior games for Chelsea – back in March 2020 – and is under deal with the West London club until June 2026.