Armando Broja is eager to make a name for himself in a Chelsea shirt. The Albanian impressed on loan at Saint Mary’s and has continued to impress since his return to Stamford Bridge.
Broja is tied to a long-term contract in Chelsea, and his future looks bright under Graham Potter. Potter holds him in high regard, and the striker could become a regular starter under the new manager. Potter believes the 21-year-old forward would fit perfectly into his high-pressing system after impressing on the training ground.
Chelsea only has two natural center forwards in Broja and Aubumayeng, so both strikers will have an opportunity to shine at Stamford Bridge. Broja, however, has a significant advantage over the Gabonese forward; he is still young and has the ability to learn. He is also physically strong and provides a presence in the box as well as an aerial threat. This will allow him to get under the skin of the defender and have an impact on the game.
With such qualities, he will benefit from Potter’s system, and he will become a pressing monster with the help of his teammates. His role will be to maintain high-pressing near the box in order to force opponents’ defenders to make silly errors.