Reports from Gazzetta dello Sport have illuminated Inter Milan’s interest in securing Chelsea striker Armando Broja’s services come January.
Inter’s summer acquisitions, Alexis Sanchez and Marko Arnautovic, have thus far failed to deliver as expected. Consequently, the team led by Filipo Inzaghi finds itself in need of additional firepower, especially when Lautaro Martinez is unavailable. They are closely monitoring Broja’s situation and playing time, contemplating a potential move in the upcoming transfer window.
This represents a shift from last summer’s rumors that predominantly linked AC Milan to the talented striker. Clearly, priorities have evolved in Lombardy.
However, irrespective of which Milanese team expresses interest, the prospect seems improbable. Broja has recently recovered from an injury and stands as Chelsea’s sole genuine striking option to provide competition and support for Nicolas Jackson. Sanctioning his departure appears challenging.
The lone exception would arise if Chelsea manages to secure the services of a high-profile striker in January. Yet, the likelihood of such an acquisition remains a subject of speculation.