Chelsea forgotten man set to return for pre-season in huge boost that could save club millions in transfer market

CHELSEA is about to receive a pre-season boost that might help them avoid spending millions on transfers.

This is in light of the fact that Armando Broja, who is apparently injured, hopes to recover in time for Mauricio Pochettino’s first practice.

 

The 21-year-old forward hasn’t played soccer since sustaining a knee injury in December.

The anterior cruciate ligament ruptured in Broja during a mid-season friendly match versus Aston Villa.

And following surgery, he was declared ineligible for the rest of the season.

Football London, however, asserts that Broja will soon return to Chelsea.

Under his new manager Pochettino, the hitman is eager to leave an impression.

The academy product plans to return from his injury at the start of preseason.
While on loan at Southampton in 2021–2022, Broja impressed despite scoring just once in 19 games for Chelsea.

In an effort to bring Champions League soccer back to Stamford Bridge, Pochettino is eager to hire a top striker.

However, Broja might offer a free choice for a backup forward.

Romelu Lukaku intends to stay at Inter Milan after his loan period is over.

It’s anticipated that Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang will leave.

Additionally, Broja’s presence might prevent Chelsea from needing to look for a backup striker on the open market.

The Albanian international remarked, when asked about his injury setback in April, “I still haven’t totally gotten my head around it.

It does affect your thoughts. I had only ever suffered a few small injuries here and there, and I had always been a relatively healthy young man, so it was a tremendous shock.

“My parents were even more surprised because they had never seen me hurt before.

“After my surgery, I spent about two weeks in bed. One of the darkest times of my life occurred then. It was awful. I was unable to get out of bed.

My mother was rushing around the house getting my medication and giving me meals. It was challenging. You nearly feel useless. You want to be able to do things, but you are simply unable to. Sleeping was impossible for me. I was suffering. I couldn’t stop thinking about the day and what had happened. Despite the fact that it wasn’t a good idea, I was considering ways I could have avoided it.

I needed to step back from that. I had to get past it and begin concentrating only on getting back in shape. The phrase “the comeback is going to be better than the setback” applies here.

 

 

 

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