West Ham United consider signing of Chelsea’s striker despite injury concerns

West Ham United is reportedly on the brink of securing a deal for Chelsea striker Armando Broja, with a potential transfer involving Gianluca Scamacca heading to Roma, writes the Hammer.News. Despite the 21-year-old suffering a serious ACL injury in December, the Hammers are keen to bolster their attacking options under the management of David Moyes.

The report from Gazzetta Dello Sport suggests that West Ham is closing in on the signing of the Albania international. Broja’s ability to hold up the ball and create space for his teammates makes him an enticing prospect for the East London outfit.

While the young Blues forward’s ACL injury may raise concerns, some experts believe that the potential rewards of signing him outweigh the risks. Broja’s versatility and strong work ethic off the ball make him a valuable addition to the squad.

Hammers boss David Moyes is eager to strengthen his attacking options this summer, as he seems dissatisfied with the current striker options at his disposal. The potential acquisition of Armando Broja could prove to be a significant boost to West Ham’s attacking capabilities and provide Moyes with a dynamic and talented center-forward.

As negotiations reportedly progress, West Ham fans will be keeping a close eye on the developments surrounding the potential signing of Armando Broja from Chelsea, hoping to see him donning the Claret and Blue at the London Stadium next season.