Sources indicate that Fulham has reached an agreement to loan Chelsea striker Armando Broja.

Fulham have made an exciting move by agreeing to sign Chelsea striker Armando Broja on loan for the rest of the season. The 22-year-old will bring his talents to Fulham after attracting interest from other clubs such as Wolves and West Ham. Chelsea dropped their demands on deadline day morning, opening the door for Fulham to negotiate a loan fee of £4 million for Broja. As Fulham looks to improve their struggling attack, Broja’s addition could provide the firepower they need to turn their season around. With extensive talks between the two clubs, this deal is set to be completed before the deadline, adding an exciting and much-needed boost to Fulham’s offensive lineup.
Fulham Football Club has reached an agreement to acquire Chelsea striker Armando Broja on loan for the remainder of the season, as reported by sources to ESPN. Fulham will be paying a loan fee of £4 million ($5.1m) for the 22-year-old, who is scheduled to undergo a medical examination tonight. All parties involved are confident that the deal will be finalized before the 11 p.m. UK time (6 p.m. ET) deadline.

Broja, who has struggled to find his form at Stamford Bridge, will be joining Fulham to bolster their attack. The young Albanian international has attracted interest from other clubs such as Wolves and West Ham, but Chelsea’s initial demands for a permanent sale and a £50m ($63.7m) valuation put off potential suitors. However, Chelsea dropped these demands on deadline day by agreeing to a loan move for a fee of £5m, which Fulham successfully negotiated down following extensive discussions between the two clubs.

Fulham’s attack has been in need of improvement following the departure of Aleksandar Mitrovic in August, and Broja will be tasked with helping to address this issue. The club has only scored 28 goals in 22 Premier League games this season, with only Manchester United having scored fewer among the top 13 teams.

This report includes additional information contributed by ESPN’s Tom Hamilton.

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