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Chelsea is fully ready to face Crystal Palace October 1st, as both teams plan to boost their points in the premier league table.
Graham Potter observed a talented and impressive performances from Chelsea striker Armando Broja, as they trained at Cobham camp.
With Broja impressive and talented skills, Chelsea manager, Graham Potter might see the striker as a best replacement for Aubameyang for jersey number 9.
“He’s a great player who has done a lot in his career so far and now he’s come to Chelsea I can learn a lot from him,” Broja said on Aubameyang.
“He’s done it at Arsenal and at Barcelona so he’s a good addition and he seems like a very good guy.
“I’m excited to learn from him and a few things he has learned over the years. It’s always good to have that competition in the team.”
Broja is yet to start a game, but has had five substitute roles already this season.
“You know if you’re on the bench that you now have more opportunities so everybody is preparing themselves mentally and physically to come on,’ he explained.
“That can happen at any point, whether it’s in the last minute or half-time, whenever you’re needed depending on how the game is going. It’s about being ready, expecting it and staying focused.”
Chelsea made a £15m bid to sign Aubameyang earlier this month, but with no agreement yet on a fee with the club or personal terms with the player, they could walk away from a deal. His age – 33 – and high wages are thought to be a concern.
Gallagher is wanted on loan by several Premier League clubs, while Crystal Palace where he enjoyed an impressive temporary spell last season have reportedly made a £27million bid.
Pulisic has been linked with a move away. Striker Armando Broja, also linked with a move away amid Newcastle and Everton interest, is said to be highly rated by club chiefs and is likely to remain in west London.